Campus & Community

Students make predictions for 2014

As the New Year began with resolutions made and a chance to start fresh in the new semester, the BYU-Hawaii community shares their predictions for the twists and turns 2014 has in store.

Graduation speaker Alice Yiu embodies 'Genuine Gold'

If BYU-Hawaii had a poster child, it would be Alice Yiu. Fall 2013 graduate and commencement speaker set an example for students as she excelled in her undergraduate career as a Seasider and positioned herself for a bright future living and working in China.

Campus history made in 2013

Campus and curriculum changes, championships and celebrations covered the 2013 calendar.

New Buildings

Water hydrant hit, floods grass and damages library

The green grass outside the Joseph F. Smith Library turned to a murky flood Tuesday, Jan. 7, after a fire hydrant located outside the building was struck by a campus employee in a maintenance truck.

GMO bill back up for debate in Hawaii

A bill concerning genetically modified organisms (GMO’s) was recently reintroduced by Hawaii County Councilwoman, Brenda Ford. The previously rejected bill in Sept. 2013 was brought back earlier this month.

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