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Financial forum: advice leans on prophetic wisdom

Ryan Anderson | University Relations | 4 October 2008

A sweet story of peace and hope

Ryan Anderson | University Relations | 3 October 2008

To share great examples of hope during his devotional address September 30, BYU-Hawaii Vice President for Academics, exemplified his pioneer ancestors during his devotional address September 30. Dr. Max L. Checketts used his ancestor’s pioneer stories, and stories from the lives of Book of Mormon and Bible prophets, to teach how hope is the way “for us to overcome our adversity and challenges.”

BYUH outlines new 2009 academic calendar

Mike Foley | University Relations | 26 September 2008

Brigham Young University Hawaii will follow a new year-round academic calendar starting in January 2009 that features shorter winter and fall semesters with longer class hours, three terms over the spring and summer, and shorter breaks in between. The new schedule will enable a diligent student taking a full load to complete a bachelor's degree in three years.

Faith as a measure of devotion

Ryan Anderson | University Relations | 25 September 2008

BYUH distance learning projects forge ahead

Mike Foley | University Relations | 24 September 2008

Faculty, staff, students and volunteers continue to refine Brigham Young University Hawaii's on-line learning model and develop early distance learning courses that will better prepare incoming students, facilitate current students to take more classes and cost-effectively extend BYUH's reach well beyond the campus.

BYU Jerusalem: A journey through space and time

Chase Barlet | University Relations | 19 September 2008

Venture entrepreneur stresses goal commitment as key to success

Chase Barlet | University Relations | 19 September 2008

BYU Hawaii alumnus David Ing presented a motivational lecture at the weekly Entrepreneurship Lecture Series on Thursday, September 11, 2008. Ing focused on the entrepreneurial prospects and skills by sharing his own personal experiences and insight on what it takes to prove successful not only in business, but also in life.

Kaluhiokalani devotional: Two ways to endure adversity

Ryan Anderson | University Relations | 17 September 2008

Developing a testimony of Jesus Christ, holding to the iron rod, and having a positive attitude was advice given to BYU-Hawaii students at the September 16 devotional by President George Kaluhiokalani, president of the Kaneohe, Hawaii Stake. He counseled students to use adversity to strengthen their testimonies rather than let it sour their experiences.

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