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.
SARAH MARUSEK, POLITICAL SCIENCE: With visible property lines gone and disaster management agencies opening up the land for public access, protections for private residents seem to be in opposition with governmental management.
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.
Oliver Holler, a UH Hilo alumnus, and his wife Terry Oliver, have traveled to all 50 states with the 1982 DeLorean Time Machine they built to raise awareness for Parkinson’s Disease.
Record-setting space travel simulation gets underway. Six astronaut-like crew members said their final good byes on October 15, 2014 as they entered an isolated domed habitat for eight months, for the longest space travel simulation conducted on U.S. soil.
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.
Jairus Mahoe says volunteer service fosters appreciation for humanity, beyond self-interest. And it can lead to unlocking greater depths of compassion.
The second session of the Ray Bradbury Book-a-Thon takes place Wednesday, Oct. 15, from 3:30 to 4:30 pm in the Kilohana Writing Center on the first floor of Mookini Library.
The ceremony affirms students’ commitment to the values of the pharmacy profession: professionalism, respect, integrity and compassion.