Alumnus Arthur Ansin leaves behind a legacy as an inspiring agriculturist, showing students how they may take their degree and apply it to life in a way that creates change, builds community, and supports the environment.
Part of an annual worldwide event, the Kaiameaola Club has created their own Inktober challenge this year focusing on Hawai‘i’s native plants and animal species.
Changes are happening at the School of Nursing! New programs have started in answer to student and community needs, and there are brand new colors and design for the schools’ scrubs.
The event was colorful and lively, decorated with red and yellow signs, lanterns, paintings, and lion heads.
Kilohana Academic Success Center supports students in becoming more confident about gaining knowledge, strengthening their ability to work through problems encountered in their courses.
In film, writing, and community events, Assistant Professor of English Patsy Iwasaki keeps alive the story of heroic immigrant plantation laborer Katsu Goto.
Professor of English Kirsten Møllegaard with English majors Evangeline Lemieux and Braden Savage presented their published paper at literature conference in Paris, France.