Campus & Community

Student share how to survive long flights

Having traveled great distances to attend school, serve missions, or explore abroad, BYU-Hawaii students offer their best advice to potential world travelers. While flying long distances in economy class can seem like a drag, students with first-hand experience gave their tips for survival.

BYUH surfers share experiences of breaking boards

Broken and buckled surfboards are all common sight on the North Shore during the winter surf season. Almost every surfer that has the skill and mental gearing to charge the large waves that the North Shore offers has experienced breaking a board.

BYU-Hawaii offers a non-credit course to learn Italian

BYU-Hawaii Educational Outreach program is offering a non-credit Italian course to allow students and community members to know more about another culture through language.

Empower Your Dreams: Come listen to the business experts

Three LDS business experts will be speaking at the Empower Your Dreams and New Venture Competition next week. The Willes Center will be hosting the events. The keynote speaker, Elder Gary Crittenden, will speak on March 20 at 7 p.m.; Scott Petersen will speak on March 18 at 3 p.m.; and Mark H.

Career Fair: Students meet recruiters to learn about jobs and internships

To help students obtain opportunities and plan for the future, BYU-Hawaii Career Services sponsored the Career Fair held on March 7 in Aloha Center Ballroom.

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