BYUH men's basketball team gets NCAA II Regional bid

Sub-regional tournament
to play in CAC, March 13-14

Scott Lowe | Asst. AD/SID | 8 March 2009

BYU-Hawaii students learn about Kahuku service dogs

Mike Foley | University Relations | 5 March 2009

Brigham Young University Hawaii Honors students learned in their colloquium on March 4 about a unique program in nearby Kahuku — one of only 40 in the world — fully accredited to train highly skilled service dogs to help disabled people, and how they differ from other assistance, therapeutic and "seeing eye" guide dogs as well as other service animals.

Hema Tatafu & Janelle Cabacungan devotional: Unity, Reach and Encourage

Brett Evans & Lisa Fehoko | University Relations | 6 March 2009

BYU-Hawaii Student Association President Hema Tatafu and Executive Vice President Janelle Cabucungan took turns sharing the podium to deliver a two-part devotional address on Tuesday, February 24, 2009. Their speeches centered on hope, unity, and the power of change; each gave inspiring counsel to the students, faculty, staff, and families of BYU-Hawaii.

BYU-Hawaii’s Shaka Steel to perform on Maui

Leilani Miller | University Relations | 5 March 2009

Laie, HI—Shaka Steel, Brigham Young University Hawaii's steel drum band is scheduled to perform at several locations on Maui between March 12–15. Performances will include both high school exchanges as well as community concerts.

BYUH I-WORK program to absorb, enhance IWES

Mike Foley | University Relations | 4 March 2009

By the beginning of First Term in July 2009, Brigham Young University Hawaii will have absorbed its International Work Experience Scholarship (IWES) program into I-WORK — the International Work Opportunity Return-ability Kuleana — and added several significant enhancements, including:

Talkin’ Story with April Sunshine Sanchez: A Journey of Fate

Chase Barlet & Karuna Chetty | University Relations04 March 2009 


PCC Hawaiian expert shares culture, hula insights

Mike Foley | University Relations | 28 February 2009

Cy M. Bridges [pictured at right], Theater Director for the Polynesian Cultural Center and a noted Hawaiian cultural expert, shared his love, passion and expertise on historical and genealogical aspects of modern hula with Brigham Young University Hawaii students during the February 25 Honors Program colloquium in McKay 101.

Career Fair offers opportunities and lessons

Mike Foley | University Relations | 27 February 2009

Brigham Young University Hawaii's semiannual Career Fair on February 26 in the Cannon Activities Center presented prospective graduates and other students with opportunities to meet potential employers while also providing insights into getting a good job in today's economy.