UH Hilo English instructor Patsy Iwasaki tells the story of an immigrant plantation laborer who was lynched in 1889 in the town of Honoka‘a on Hawai‘i Island. The anti-Asian issues surrounding Katsu Goto’s life and death are relevant today even after 130 years.
The three students—Emily Burkhart, Alexander Coley, and Kiaria Zoi Nakamura, all graduating this spring—presented their research on Cli-Fi and Shakespeare.
Students from UH Hilo spent Saturday exploring and recording data at a series of faults located near Kīlauea caldera.
Focusing on sustainability goals set by the United Nations, the online summer session will address concerns all nations are confronting such as climate change, cyclical poverty, and food insecurity, with special attention to challenges found in Hawaiʻi.
This year, 12 pharmacy students applying for residencies were matched in the first round.
UH Hilo and other four-year UH campuses are holding virtual “one-stop-shop” events designed to help community college students who are on track to graduate with an associate’s degree with their transition to a four-year university to complete a bachelor’s degree.
Braden Savage is a writer and playwright, director, active in student clubs and events, and has received numerous awards for his outstanding work.
On Hawai‘i Island, 48 UH Hilo student pharmacists have been helping at vaccination sites in Hilo. Students also have been assisting on O‘ahu at vaccination events held at Leeward Community College and UH Mānoa.