A new sweet treat is for sale at the BYU-Hawaii Farmer’s Market from the Aloha Cookie and Cupcake Company. Debra Turin is selling her colorful and flavorful cupcakes.
In the month of December 2012, Gladys Lindley, a cook at the cafeteria of BYU-Hawaii retired from her work after working for more than 26 years.
Renowned ukulele performer and teacher Roy Sakuma spoke to the BYUH Women’s Organization and Laie community about reaching out to children affected by bullying.
For the 120th year anniversary of the overthrow of Hawaii’s monarchy, activists rallied in supporting the Idle No More indigenous movement on Jan. 16 in Honolulu.
There are eight things people can do to improve their personal hygiene, according to a survey done with BYU-Hawaii students.
#1. Take a shower.
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