Life & Entertainment

Computer science students teach how to protect data and passwords

Facebook recently suffered the biggest hack in its history, affecting over 50 million users. Aware of these concerns for security, computer science students at BYU-Hawaii presented tips to protect social media accounts and personal data.

A guide to fresh entertainment on Netflix and Amazon Prime

Every weekend students are faced with thousands of entertainment options through streaming services like Amazon and Netflix. Amidst all these avenues, students said they still find themselves endlessly scrolling and finding nothing to watch.

BYU-Hawaii students compare the features of the new iPhones

Apple released three new iPhones on Sept. 21 with updated features and specs with a price tag of $1,000 - $1,100.

North Shore locals can fulfill their BBQ cravings at HI-BBQ

Established two years ago, HI-BBQ offers barbecued smoked meats, and according to the owners its vision is to make and sell food they crave.

What’s on the menu?

Disney pulled the trigger and let James Gunn go after old offensive Tweets resurfaced

Fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe attending BYU-Hawaii voice their opinions regarding The Walt Disney Company’s decision to fire Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn after ten year-old tweets joking about rape and pedophilia came to light.

Subscribe to RSS - Life & Entertainment