“4,000 students. 6 Colleges. 1 University. One Heart. We’re all connected through the heart.”
Lava Shoot production team covers the annual event and samples some of the goods.
Here is UH Hilo student “Cesi” Ha’o’s story of heartbreak and triumph as she navigates her way back to Faleapuna, her family’s village in Sāmoa, as an apprentice navigator of the Hōkūle‘a voyaging canoe.
Edwin Kamauoha, deputy legal counsel to the governor of American Sāmoa, says it’s important to Governor Lolo Matalasi Moliga that local residents living abroad, particularly students attending college, understand the amendment.
Student pharmacists and faculty from The Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy, along with members of other local health and safety organizations, provide free information to the public.
Kathy Cooksey (shown here standing behind two of her students at the Subaru Telescope on Maunakea) is young, hip, ambitious and an accomplished scientist — and she’s chosen Hilo as her forever home.
The UH Hilo food preserver program is designed to teach farmers and small agribusinesses how to safely preserve products from undersold and underutilized produce. The purpose is to help increase revenues.
Candidates interested in the scholarship were required to have a career goal to work in the broadcast industry in Hawai‘i.
UH Hilo is celebrating Filipino American Heritage Month all through October — community and academic forums, films, fiestas, and a showcase of traditional dance. Click on story to see the schedule of events.
Beverly Ann Gorospe says the Kupa ‘Āina Summer Bridge program was one of the best experiences of her life.