Campus & Community

What to do when you get sick?

When the temperature drops into the high 60s or low 70s come wintertime, even Hawaii can be plagued with colds and the flu. Students should be extra cautious this time of year and follow a few healthy tips to fight off sickness before and after it hits.

Filipinos raise money for typhoon survivors selling lunch plates in Laie

Students in the BYU-Hawaii Philippines Chapter sold plate lunches on Nov. 23 as a fundraiser to aid the victims of the recent typhoon. They made about $2,000 selling food, said organizers, working with Filipinos in the community as well.

Remembering and celebrating local surfer Kirk Passmore remembered and celebrated

With the death of local resident and surfer, Kirk Passmore, students and community members mourned and celebrated a man who loved living.

Downed power pole leaves people stranded in Laie and Hauula during stormy night

Riding the bus back from town on the night of Nov. 9 students said they were surprised at about 10 p.m. when the bus stopped by the Hauula Shopping Center and the bus driver told them they had to get off the bus about 3 miles short of their final destination in Laie.

Campus Fitness Center, pool help student get and stay strong

To keep fit, improve their endurance, reduce stress and rehab injuries, are all reasons students said they go to the BYU-Hawaii Fitness Center. The center hosts a variety of events and competitions, promoting physical and mental health for students through exercise.

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