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Discovering and defining discipleship

Ryan Anderson | University Relations | 27 May 2009


The true nature of a disciple is forgetting one's self and serving our Heavenly Father, explained Elder Ross Cole, Non-denominational Chaplain and Religion Professor at BYU–Hawaii, during his devotional address in the Cannon Activities Center on May 26.

Glade Tew announced as new Dean of the College of Business, Computing and Government

Kathleen Majdali | University Relations | 26 May 2009

Dr. Glade Tew was approved as the new Dean of the College of Business, Computing and Government by the Board of the Church Education System, Wednesday, May 13. The announcement regarding Tew's appointment was made on Thursday, May 14, first to the faculty and staff of the College, and then to the University Ohana through a special bulletin email. Tew will begin his service the second week of June.

BYU–Hawaii Cafeteria’s cherry blossom festival wins national award

Ryan Anderson | University Relations | 26 May 2009

Brigham Young University–Hawaii has a place on the map for more than its great education programs and large international student population; it now has a nationally acclaimed, gold standard food services program. (pictured: An example of the cuisine served during the festival)

Jonathan Serrao devotional: Faith—the motive cause of all action

Lisa Fehoko | University Relations | 22 May 2009

Dr. David Furuto's journey of gratitude

Lisa Fehoko | University Relations | 20 May 2009

BYU–Hawaii SIFE team takes top 12 finish at national competition

Ryan Anderson | University Relations | 19 May 2009

The students of BYU–Hawaii's Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) team brought the Spirit of Aloha to the City of Brotherly Love for this year's SIFE National Exposition, and walked away with a top 12 finish and a check for $1,500.

Iosepa: The voyaging classroom

Rachel Adams | University Relations | 15 May 2009

During most of the year, the Iosepa canoe is housed inside the Polynesian Cultural Center, next to the Hawaiian village. But every spring term the Iosepa is towed over to Hukilau Beach Park and launched into Laie Bay, with a crew of BYU–Hawaii students aboard. This year the launching took place Tuesday, May 5.

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