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Temple recorder teaches about blessings

Collette Charles | University Relations | 26 January 2009

The importance of the Lord’s temple as a place of refuge and blessings was what Max Purcell, temple recorder at the temporarily-closed Laie temple, and member of the Laie North Stake Presidency, emphasized in his devotional, January 20.

BYUH men's basketball team reaches highest-ever ranking

By Scott Lowe | Sports Information Director27 January 2009

Black shares experiences with Honors students

Mike Foley | University Relations | 22 January 2009

BYUH names new Director of Communications and Marketing

Mike Foley | University Relations | 21 January 2009

Dr. William G. Neal, Assistant to the President of Brigham Young University Hawaii, announced that Michael A. Johanson has succeeded Dr. Duane C. Roberts as the school's Director of Communications and Marketing. Dr. Roberts retired at the end of Fall Semester 2008 and he and his wife, Susan, now live in Utah.

Talkin’ Story: behind the scenes with Carla Rada

Chase Barlet & Karuna Chetty| University Relations21 January 2009

Former faculty report on China volunteer experience

Mike Foley | University Relations | 20 January 2009

Former Brigham Young University Hawaii adjunct faculty members Robbin [pictured at left] and Nancy Henderson [pictured below] shared a report on their recent experiences as volunteer oral English language teachers for graduate students at Qingtao University in Qingtao, China, during the weekly Honors Program colloquium in McKay 101 on January 14.

President's Council 2009 Q & A forum series starts

Mike Foley | University Relations | 16 January 2009

Members of the Brigham Young University Hawaii President's Council met with students, faculty and staff on January 13 in Aloha Center 155/165 to answer submitted questions on outreach programs, Security updates, Honor Code provisions, schedules and notices, housing, energy savings, athletics and initiatives.

Wheelwrights stand together to address sexual purity

Collette Charles | Ke Alaka'i Staff Writer | 15 January 2009

In a spirit of love and mutual respect, President and Sister Wheelwright stood together before the student body and addressed the important issue of moral purity at the first devotional of the year for BYU-Hawaii January 13. Their optimistic opening remarks set the stage for a spiritual and touching message, 

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