Campus & Community

Entrepreneur says in the long run, even a bad partnership can benefit you

Kenneth M.Woolley lectured on the importance of partnership and how showing a good attitude no matter how bad the partner is helps you in the long run. He spoke at the Entrepreneurial Executive Lecture series on Jan. 31 in the McKay Auditorium.

Career Center: Helping students get LinkedIn to online professional networking

With the goal to introduce students to websites that could help them professionally in the future, the Career Center organized a workshop on Feb. 1 on the subject.

English Circle co-presidents want to nurture the arts culture on campus

The English Circle Club Opening Social was a poetry night where cookies and hot chocolate were served as refreshments.

Screen on the Green movie night brings out 500 for ‘Hunger Games’

On a night featuring free popcorn and two screenings of the movie “The Hunger Games,” students and community members gathered in the Little Circle for BYUHSA’s “Screen on the Green.”

Water aerobics class on campus offers low-impact workout

On a misty February morning, community members and staff gathered to the BYU-Hawaii pool to dive into water aerobics. Marlynn Hunter leads the aerobics class as part of the BYUH Educational Outreach program.

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