Campus & Community

Laie YSA are introduced to night hukilau by their local leaders

The last rays of light lingered after sunset at Hukilau Beach as community and members of the Hale La'a and Laie Park Wards gathered for a night hukilau on Friday, August 17.

Forum on Women in Law and Business empowers students to break the status quo

“There is a new trend in the legal education where women are being represented. For the first time, it was covered by the American Bar Association Journal that BYU Law School was 52 percent women. We have more women at the law school than men.

Option of receiving mission calls online convenient but not the same memorable experience, according to students

With the announcement regarding how mission calls will be available online, students said they liked the idea of getting their mission calls faster, but they will miss getting the large, white envelope to open with friends and family.

Elder David F. Evans, Asia Area President, encourages BYU-Hawaii students to have their “strength faithened”

After a grammatical mistake said in a prayer at the end of a past general conference, devotional speaker, Elder David F. Evans, Asia Area President, shared how everyone can have our strengths faithened on Sept. 25. Evans spoke about the importance of goals, commitment, and opportunity.

Vocal Performance major Sarah Knight explains how she came to love opera

People filled the Aloha Center Ballroom as Sarah Knight, a junior from California majoring in vocal performance, performed at her junior vocal recital on Sept 19. Knight performed pieces from Italian, French, and English operas and musicals.

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