BYUH holds third annual P.A.C.E. Symposium to provide information for parents to help their children with education


BYU-Hawaii hosted the third annual event for the organization Parents as Advocates for Change in Education on Oct. 14 to inform parents and teachers of the pathways most beneficial to help their children in education.

Mixed Martial Arts training gym builds community through self-defense

Community members and BYU-Hawaii students shared how learning from the steadfast coaches of Team Pride Academy have helped them develop a skill and gain confidence.

The closest beaches to campus are polluted, even with efforts from volunteer groups says Marine Research Club

Beaches close to BYU-Hawaii require regular clean ups from volunteer groups to remain attractive to users and preserve local marine wildlife, according to the school’s Marine Research Club.

Participants of the Laie Days musical fireside felt the spirit via songs provided by soloists and choirs

Attendees of the Laie Days fireside, which took place on July 29, expressed their thoughts about how they felt the spirit from the music sung by locals from Laie. Local church members from the Laie North stake participated in the fireside by providing their musical talents.

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