Campus & Community

Hawaii launches initiative to lower energy costs

Sustainability World Action and Technology Team, otherwise known as SWATT, has been hard at work over the last several months analyzing and calculating ways to potentially save BYU-Hawaii hundreds of thousands of dollars each year from the annual $5 million of consumption.

Linguists rediscover Hawaiian Sign Language

A team of linguistic experts are working to preserve and revive Hawaiian Sign Language, the native language of deaf people in Hawaii. A team of researchers calls the recent uncovering ground-breaking – especially considering how close the language came to being gone forever.

BYU-Hawaii students learn to fish the Hawaiian way

BYU-Hawaii students participated in a Hawaiian tradition of fishing called a hukilau on Saturday, May 11, hosted by the BYUH 2nd Stake. Before many students and community members had risen out of bed Saturday morning, Harlan Ka’awaii was busy readying his nets to be cast from his small rowboat.

New BYUHSA leaders prepare to serve

BYUHSA, which stands for Brigham Young University-Hawaii Student Association has a new team of leaders who are now ready to lead by example at BYUH.

U.S. Dept. of Defense employees say peacebuilding is a team effort

Guest speakers Robert Ricigliano, the director of the Institute of World Affairs at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and Karen Grattan, senior operations research analyst, discussed the practical side of peacebuilding with BYU-Hawaii students in the McKay Foyer on March 28.

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