International Nights is a tradition spanning three decades and is a favorite event on campus among students, the community and visitors.
The discussion, part of an annual UH conference on sustainability, was led by Hawaiian cultural practitioners, a research scientist, and a land manager.
The first two people featured in the “Humans of UH Hilo” series are student Juvette Kahawaiʻi and student-athlete Randan Berinobis.
The highlight of the festival was a lion dance, the first ever performed at the annual event.
UH Hilo is proud to welcome back alumnus Alston Albarado, who will be performing in Fights and Delights.b Come celebrate Chinese New Year with this delightful comedy.
At just $10,000 annual net price, UH Hilo students can prepare themselves for a great diversity of careers in the tropical context, whether government or private sector.
The programs broaden options for Hawai‘i residents who want to study out of state, and also help UH draw students from other states, which diversifies the educational experience for local students.
A diverse cast of UH Hilo students and other community members will perform the 20th anniversary performance of The Vagina Monologues.
The garden is named in memory of Patricia Anna Weber Lee, whose family donated $200,000 to the center.