Campus & Community

Enactus Night: BYU-Hawaii team moves from local to global

The Enactus Winter Project Expo drew students eager to get involved in entrepreneurship and service projects designed to launch creative ideas into working business models on Feb. 1 in the Aloha Center.

Carnival raises more than $20,000 for KHS Project Grad Night

Hundreds of community members celebrated with food, fun, and games on Saturday, Feb. 9 at Laie Park. The event raised more than $20,000 towards Kahuku High School seniors’ project grad.

Make ups and break ups: Mending broken hearts

MAKE UPS: MENDING BROKEN HEARTS

Valentine’s Day is a holiday to express your love and mend broken hearts and broken relationships. Small acts of kindness and affection have helped BYU-Hawaii students to makeup with their significant others.

Dating verses hanging out

At BYU-Hawaii the reviews are mixed about dating and hanging out. Four out of eight students thought dating is important, while the others said, “hanging out is more fun.”

Singles: Alone but not alone

Showing love on Valentine’s Day is not reserved only for those in romantic relationships.

“We have to realize how Valentine’s Day is hyped up for romantic love, but that non romantic love is just as important,” said Samone Isom, a sophomore majoring in ICS from Arizona.

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