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Professor recommends looking at all sides to find solution for Salt Lake City nurse’s arrest

The recent arrest of nurse Alex Wubbles in Salt Lake City, Utah for refusing to draw blood from an unconscious patient sparked a discussion nationwide and here at BYU-Hawaii on the state of U.S. law enforcement.

Removing DACA considered unjust by BYUH students

The decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program by the Trump administration has been described as too harsh and unfair by BYU-Hawaii students, who said it’s not the fault of the recipients for being raised here.

Asian students and political science professor aren't worried about North Korean missile tests

Governments and news centers have reacted with caution to North Korea's most recent missile launching and nuclear tests, but Asian BYU-Hawaii students said they aren't worried about the sword rattling because it’s been happening for a long time.

Alumni among millions to see total eclipse, say it was worth the effort to experience it

Watching the sun disappear during daylight, feeling the temperature drop suddenly, being surrounded by a 360-degree midday sunset, and marveling at God’s creations were some of the experiences millions had – as well as members of the BYU-Hawaii ohana - as a total solar eclipse swept across Americ

Political science professor says Trump's foreign aid budget cuts more harmful than helpful

Randall Blimes, assistant professor of political science at BYU-Hawaii, said U.S. President Donald Trump’s push to cut foreign aid could result in less diplomatic power with other nations, potential casualties to citizens of other nations who receive medical help, and allies becoming enemies.

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