Campus & Community

Economics Professor Beth Haynes retires after 23 years at BYUH, says timing was right

Beth Haynes, professor of economics in the Business Management Department, chose to retire early after what she described as a quick decision. “I think it’s good because I’m a weepy person and I know I’m going to cry,” she said while laughing.

Guest chef wows Caf crowd with salmon carbonara, first in guest chef series


Caf-goers said the smoked salmon carbonara prepared by Executive Chef John McDonald from BYU in Provo Dining Services on July 26 was "onolicious," choosing it over local favorite kalua pork with cabbage.

Cook Islands expo opens at PCC, features official Ministry of Culture dance team

Travelling more than 3,000 miles to show the culture of their island nation, performance group Cook Islands National Arts Theatre have made a temporary village at the Polynesian Cultural Center for a six-week run from July 17 to Aug. 24.

Outdoors dance provides activity for BYUH students staying over the summer

More than 150 BYU-Hawaii students staying over the summer break were able to chow on free pizza, dance, and relax at the Sliding into Summer Dance.

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