Rather than a live event for this year’s Keaka Hawaiian Language Theatre Festival, crews are producing the film Wordsworth, an ‘Ōlelo Hawai‘i musical based on the beloved children’s books by author Frances H. Kakugawa.
The new mural pays homage to the UH Hilo Vulcans and the diversity of the campus found in its students, faculty, and staff.
The Annual Pinning Ceremony at UH Hilo is a family-oriented event where loved ones join the graduate on stage to present them with their nursing pin, sash, and lei.
2022 Spring Commencement at the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo was held May 14 at Edith Kanaka‘ole Stadium.
UH Hilo’s International Nights returned with students sharing song and dance of their homelands. There were also some peaceful statements made about cultural identity and war.
It’s a delightful surprise to visitors when they discover the gigantic dinosaurs on exhibit are not statues, they are animatronics with motion sensors and sound. It’s as if they are alive!
In observance of International Women’s Day, a panel of international students at UH Hilo presented a Zoom discussion about their homelands and their experience at UH Hilo.
Associate Professor of Education Tobias Irish educates his students to be culturally responsive teachers in Hawai’i schools.