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Laie Team Spreads Help To Six Projects Worldwide

The 110 students who comprise Brigham Young University- Hawaii’s Enactus team can tell you, at minimum, at least six different ways they’ve helped make the world a better place. And...

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BYU-Hawaii Enactus team members and advisers celebrating their victory April 16 in St. Louis are (front, from left) Scott Fisher, SEE PAGE 6 Hao Hu, Sery Kouma Kone, Kevan Hendrickson, (back) Leslie G. Harper, Katherine Christensen, Taimi Kennerly and David Waite. PHOTO FROM BYU-HAWAII.
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