Each year, UH Hilo Department of Performing Arts and the Performing Arts Center collaborate to bring a new batch of Halloween-themed characters and stories to the community, for free, online. This year, it’s mermaids, monsters, and more!
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.
The White Coat Ceremony is a tradition in medical, pharmacy, and other health care schools to mark the transition of students embarking on their path toward doctoral degrees.
The purpose of the yearly event is to motivate, inspire, and prepare high school students of Pacific Islander heritage for college and career opportunities.
The event was colorful and lively, decorated with red and yellow signs, lanterns, paintings, and lion heads.
A UH Hilo summer class explored research problems in human-in-the-loop artificial intelligence and its connections with natural science.
Five storytellers from UH Hilo and the wider community will share stories from their own lives based on the theme “Dreams.”