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Music and dance to promote international peace

Ryan Anderson | University Relations | 7 November 2008

China, Japan, Thailand, Navajo, Hawaii, and a variety of other nations and cultures were represented at the second presentation of @RTIMOS, focusing this time on Peace Internationally. The musical concert, arranged by Art Saowichit and a team of students, included musical numbers, dance performances and video to create a feeling of peace and unity across cultures.

BYU-Hawaii sailing canoe marks 7th anniversary

Mike Foley | University Relations | 7 November 2008

BYUH reorganizes into four academic colleges

Mike Foley | University Relations | 6 November 2008

The Church Educational System Board of Trustees recently approved a Brigham Young University Hawaii President's Council recommendation to reorganize the school's previous academic divisions into the:

Nathan Henderson underscores power of technology

Chase Barlet | University Relations06 November 2008

Talkin' Story: Erika Kuta's talented journey

Chase Barlet & Karuna Chetty | University Relations03 November 2008

Seasiders look forward to AMG Asia-Pacific tourny

Ryan Anderson | University Relations | 31 October 2008

Womens 2007The BYU-Hawaii Seasiders will face-off against basketball teams from China and New Zealand next week for the 8th annual American Money Group Asia Pacific Basketball Classic.

Small choices lead to serious consequences

Ryan Anderson | University Relations | 29 October 2008

Committing even a little sin and thinking it justified can cause serious consequences, taught H. Ross Workman, President of the Laie Hawaii Temple during his devotional address October 28 at BYU-Hawaii. President Workman counseled the students to avoid the idea of “fear God—he will justify in committing a little sin.

BYUH collaborates with BYU for Papua New Guinea biology internship

Leilani Miller | University Relations | 29 October 2008

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