Campus & Community

Hips sway in honor of first kumu hula at 23rd annual Moanikeala Hula Festival

With their flowing pa’u skirts and bright smiling faces, hula dancers from all over the island showcased local halaus and also included some from Japan and Russia in the Polynesian Cultural Center’s Moanikeala Hula Festival on Jan. 19.

Tips for textbooks: Getting a better bang for your buck

College students are scavenging online to find the best deals without having to pay top dollar for their required textbooks.

Laie Shopping Center gets makeover

The Laie Shopping Center is undergoing some big changes. Although the community lost the helpful laundromat and the Bank of Hawaii last year, it will gain 7 Brothers restaurant and the Pali Women’s Health Center in 2013.

Flagship 2013: New buildings to be done this summer

As far as construction is concerned, BYU-Hawaii campus is undergoing a massive face-lift as part of a 10-year master plan. “In the 10-year master plan, the major components are to refresh our campus, to get us new, good, high-quality facilities. No.

New buildings on campus, single adult stake changes discussed at Q & A

President of BYU-Hawaii Steven Wheelwright held a question and answer council on Friday, Jan. 11, in the Aloha Center where he responded to selected questions submitted through email regarding the university.

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