Campus & Community

Shortage of TB tests not a cause for concern at BYU-Hawaii

Tubersol, a product used to test for tuberculosis manufactured by Sanofi Pasteur Limited, is in short supply nationwide until at least the end of May 2013, says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Kongaika to retire in December after serving BYU-Hawaii for over two decades

Serving at BYU-Hawaii for more than 22 years, faculty member Isileli Kongaika will be retiring in December. Everything started after he was released from presiding over the Nuku’alofa, Tonga Mission in 1992. Kongaika then dedicated his time to BYUH.

PCC debuts On good Morning America

The PCC promotion team, also known as the PROMO team, performed on Good Morning America in celebration of Lei day on May 1. The performance was only one of a series in New York City, to promote the 50th anniversary of the PCC.

Five-weeks of Summer Freedom: Students to do research, travel and enjoy the beach

BYU-Hawaii students share their plans for the five-week break. These plans vary from visiting loved ones to maybe even traveling around the country.

CHEVRON to shutdown; doors to close May 30, says owner

Fill up your gas tanks and grab your late night snacks because Chevron won’t be around Laie much longer. At the end of this month, Chevron will be closing in preparation for the new Laie hotel.

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