At the first of three webinars scheduled during October, Domestic Violence Awareness Month, speaker after speaker encouraged better interventions through a supportive community.
“He Ukana Aloha Kā Kīlauea” is a free bi-monthly, yearlong series hosted by sources from across UH’s 10 campuses.
The panel of five presenters are Snake Ah Hee, Kālepa Baybayan, John Kruse, Gordon Piʻianaiʻa, and Billy Richards. Dan Mclnerny, executive director of the Ama Olukia Foundation, will introduce and moderate the presentation.
University Radio Hilo Advisor Jake Galves shares his personal journey, words of advice, and how the feeling of “aloha” is what makes UH Hilo so special.
The Hālau Lamakū experience is designed to provide social and academic interactions in a learning environment that is engaging and compliant with COVID-19 safety protocols.
Vulcan athletes are harvesting crops at local farms, and cooking up a storm for residents in recovery home.
Residents of the Hawai‘i Island Home for Recovery enjoyed a breakfast of pancakes, sausage, spam, eggs, and apples prepped and served by UH Hilo Vulcans.