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BYU President's Report: A Daunting yet Exciting Challenge

It has been a most unusual academic year. The good news is that during the past year we showed that we can not only survive but also thrive in an uncertain and quickly changing environment.

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BYU-Pathway

President's Report: By Small and Simple Things

Oportunidad, 机会, gelegenheid, möjlighet, 機会—no matter where you are across the globe or how you say it, the word opportunity evokes feelings of hope, optimism, and ambition.

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BYU-Pathway

Striving For Self Reliance

While serving as a full-time missionary, Tatenda Felix Mukaro from Harare, Zimbabwe, Africa, wondered how he could accomplish his dream of obtaining a degree from an institution of higher education and becoming self-reliant.

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BYU-Pathway

Strategic Priorities

BYU-Pathway Worldwide experienced tremendous growth in 2020, which inspired the organization’s goals for 2021.

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BYU-Pathway

People Matter

Twenty-two years ago, Ann Howell and her husband, Elmer, felt a need to support The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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BYU

Promptings and Invitations Drew Her to BYU

Mary Williams’s love for BYU and its students grew from her experiences as a student, professor, and administrator in the College of Nursing.

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BYU-Hawaii

President's Report: Together We Must Continue His Work

In October 2021, after more than 15 months at the helm, John S.K. Kauwe III was formally installed as the 11th president of BYU–Hawaii in a time-honored inauguration ceremony, presided over by Elder Jeffrey R. Holland.

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BYU-Hawaii

Getting a Start, Giving Back

“What do you think about me applying for a job in Hawaii?” Keith Wilson asked his wife, Ada, out of the blue. It was 1979, and Keith was finishing up his master’s degree in library science at BYU in Provo when the director from BYU–Hawaii’s library visited Utah to do some recruiting.

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BYU-Hawaii

Using Aloha to Advance the Church in Asia

Annie Wong could be a poster child for the mission and purpose of BYU–Hawaii. She came to Hawaii from Hong Kong as a new convert to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Now she is helping to build the kingdom of God as the communication director for the Asia Area of the Church.

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BYU-Hawaii

Art from the Heart

BYU–Hawaii alum Sam Mangakahia is combining artistic talent, cultural values, and entrepreneurship to make a statement and a living.

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Ensign College

Beating the Odds

Raskita is a first-generation college student creating a better plan for his future thanks to Ensign College.

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Ensign College

Bringing Service into Education

While working towards her degree, Natalie has learned how to give and receive service.