Campus & Community

'The Great Gatsby' Fall Ball: BYUHSA invests in an elegant evening for students in Ko Olina

BYUHSA’s $50,000 Great Gatsby Fall Ball is set to help students escape from everyday life on Nov. 15 at the JW Marriott Resort in Ko Olina.

Teacher “Stuff” Spotlight: Cary Countryman

Dr. Cary Countryman returned to BYU-Hawaii this semester to teach in the Hospitality and Tourism Department.

Modest Makeover: Sewing center helps students alter clothes and hone tailoring skills

BYU-Hawaii with the help of some service missionaries, opened a new sewing center, located at the Cannon Activities Center room 240, to help students create more modest clothing. The center is open six days a week from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., said Alpha Harper, a volunteer missionary.

BYU-Hawaii Targets Unapproved Housing: Off-campus student housing inspected

In the beginning of this Fall Semester, students living in unapproved, off-campus housing at BYU-Hawaii received emails from the Housing Office in regards to their housing status.

Kahuku food trucks give students food options

As BYU-Hawaii students look to add variety to their current dining choices of McDonald's, Taco Bell, Subway, and Seven Brothers, the food trucks in Kahuku provide a refreshing variety of diverse foods and snacks such as Thai, American, Hawaiian barbecue, and Mexican.

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