The proposed ‘Ōlelo Hawaiʻi Campus project is envisioned to be a complete educational system to cultivate a legacy of language and learning.
The Sociology Club offers students many opportunities for sociocultural engagement, community service, and exploration around Hawai‘i Island.
Items in the store are donated by UH Hilo faculty, staff, students, and the surrounding community to ease students’ worries about essentials and help them focus on succeeding in school.
The fifth episode of “E lawe i ke a‘o a mālama” introduces the phrase “‘e‘ole.” This phrase shows a main factor of something happening and the result.
The fourth episode of “E lawe i ke a‘o a mālama” introduces two types of questions in the Hawaiian language and how to pronounce them properly.
In the third episode of “E lawe i ke a‘o a mālama,” the four different types of meme‘a are introduced.
In the second episode of the video series “E lawe i ke a‘o a mālama,” the sentence pattern “‘O _ ma ka…” is introduced.