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Campus Comment: What kind of candy do you miss from home?

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Effie Dela Cruz, a sophomore in business from the Philippines
“Sour punk. It’s like Red Vines but really sour. They’re long and stringy and come in different flavors. It’s kind of addictive.”

Missionaries at Academic Support Office are here to help students succeed

The new Academic Support Office on campus, located in the Library Room 124,
has been created to help BYU-Hawaii students excel in the classroom, have successful experiences while also preparing for success in their future careers, said missionaries working in the office.

Dressing up to dance the night away on Halloween

Despite the fact that Halloween fell on a school night this year, BYU-Hawaii students didn’t fail to celebrate it. From cows and fairies to zombies, students dressed up and gathered in the Aloha Ballroom to dance the night away.

Salt Lake City choir stops to perform at BYUH after trip to Japan

The Salt Lake Vocal Artists, an award-wining choir, performed a concert named “If Music Be the Food of Love” on Oct. 19 on campus. Directed by Dr. Brady R. Allred, the Vocal Artists performed a variety of music from spiritual gospel hymns to interactive American folk songs.

Female students say it's unexcusable for a groom to forget his bride

When the women on BYU-Hawaii campus heard about a German groom leaving his newlywed bride at a gas station, they were astounded. It was made very clear, by female student’s comments, that this was “not right.”

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