Campus & Community

Preschool children can learn English for free

English Language Teaching and Learning at BYU-Hawaii is sponsoring a free program to teach English to children from ages 4 to 5 years old for whom English is their second language.

BYUH men say hairstyles reflect who they are within Honor Code guidelines

Male students at BYU-Hawaii said they look to find creative ways to use their hairstyles to tell who they are and what they represent within the university Honor Code.

Compliments come free in the Library

Under the fluorescent lights of a hushed library, where students silently keep to themselves with their hands full of textbooks and freshly printed papers, two friends became The Compliment Crew.

Jase Boards is North Shore's original long-boarding company

As Jase Bennett pulled into his friend’s driveway, a skateboard crushed beneath his wheel. The skateboard owner, a young boy, stood crying in disbelief. “I felt like the worst person alive. I was too cheap to buy him a new board. So I built him a new one,” said Bennett.

Dressing differently for school and your culture

Whether it is because of climate or environment, students change how they dress when they leave their homes and come to Hawaii.

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