College Senior 2013-12-03T19:43:01Z
BYU Hawaii is wonderful and it is located in a little city called Laie. Located on the North Shore of Oahu there is plenty to do outside of the library including hiking, surfing, tanning, eating, or bike riding. There is never a dull moment. I have loved living in Laie. The local attitude toward the students varies but the school brings alot of jobs into the community which leave a good reputation.
College Junior 2013-11-20T09:10:38Z
It is a great little town, but I have learned I do not like little towns. The city is too small for me to live in the rest of my life. Everyone knows everyone and all their business.
College Freshman 2013-11-06T21:31:52Z
Laie is one of the most beautiful places I've ever visited, and it is truly an honor to have the privilege of attending school and living here. Since coming to BYUH, I've learned that the people of Hawaii are not carefree like they are rumored to be. They care more than anyone else, and it's always about something that matters. Back in Arizona people prioritize their stress, but here people prioritize happiness, progress, and, above all, each other. The Aloha spirit is remarkable. Not only is the attitude here wonderful, but one can pack a lifetime of experiences into a single week. Since coming here, I've surfed beside sea turtles, skydived, helped put on a half-marathon, volunteered at the Honolulu zoo, attended festivities for nearly every world culture, and more. There is no place like Laie, which I will now always consider a home of mine in my heart.
College Sophomore 2013-09-03T11:08:23Z
Laie is a some town. It would take me two hours to get to some other more urbanize place. But here we got every necessary things we need for food and exercise and study. The weather is always nice. Beaches are all around really close to our campus. Everything is simple and calm.
College Sophomore 2013-05-11T03:47:40Z
Everyone is so chill because we are right next to the beach and most people are Hawaiian or surfers. People are friendly and hitchhiking is really easy. There are lots of cultural events such as the Evening Show at the PCC.
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