The photovoltaic array system has a capacity of about 500 KW and is distributed among several buildings on campus.
Among the improvements is a new video surveillance system.
“Mentoring Your Way to Success” was the last of three events for a pilot mentorship program.
Playwright and director Jackie Johnson brings to life a colorful cast of characters to enact the everyday magic, cultural hodgepodge, and at times wackiness of Hilo.
Students gathered at the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo, April 6, to declare Kapu Aloha.
On April 23 and 24, the Ibis Networks will be on campus to install the devices.
The colorful mural, part of a statewide project, depicts cultural elements, historical places, and significant stories of Hilo.
Children from E Maka‘ala Elementary School, high school students from Laupāhoehoe Community Public Charter School, and students from UH Hilo’s pharmacy program all took their turn adding to the mural today.
Mele Murals is a statewide youth project where communities are creating a series of large-scale outdoor murals focusing on Hawaiian cultural and historical heritage.
Pacific Students Media was founded by UH Hilo students to combat misinformation in the general media about Pacific Islanders in Hawai‘i.