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BYU-Hawaii campus reaches 50-year mark

 

President David O. McKay dedicates the new Church College
of Hawaii campus on December 17, 1958 — 50 years ago

By Mike Foley | University Relations | 16 December 2008

President Eyring urges eternal learning for new graduates

By Mike Foley | University Relations | 14 December 2008

President Henry B. Eyring, First Counselor in the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, encouraged the 290-plus new BYU-Hawaii graduates in his commencement address in the Cannon Activities Center on December 13, to continue to pursue God's design for eternal learning.

Laie receives heavy rain and flooding

Leilani Miller | University Relations | 11 December 2008

Dr. Dale Robertson leaves a legacy of genuine gold

Leilani Miller | University Relations | 08 December 2008

City certifies BYUH students in emergency management

BYU-Hawaii students: emergency certification

Mike Foley | University Relations | 2 December 2008

BYUH alum elected to congress of Palau

Rosalind Meno Ram | BYUH Librarian | 1 December 2008

"A son of Palau has returned" are the words of Delegate-elect Rebluud Kesolei [pictured at left], who has won a seat in the House of Delegates for the National Congress of the Republic of Palau. Upon graduating from BYU-Hawaii in June 1998, Rebluud made his way back to Palau a month later and immediately started knocking on doors and introducing himself.

Father of BYUH students gives devotional

Ryan Anderson | University Relations | 1 December 2008

Dan McCormick [at right], a successful author and public speaker from Southern California, gave the devotional address at BYU-Hawaii November 25. This father of three BYUH students compared the idea of the power of a single atom to the power of a single idea, and he encouraged students to keep track of their ideas and the things that influence them.

BYU–Hawaii Christmas devotional to feature music department

Leilani Miller | University Relations | 2008 November 26

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