Listeners will join a huaka‘i or journey clockwise around the island, starting in Hilo and moving to Puna, Ka‘ū, Kona, Kohala, and Hāmākua for a total of 24 episodes.
The session is organized by two students of the Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy, Debra Towell and Olatunji Gbadebo, under the supervision of Associate Professor Roy Goo.
“The future of our island and our state is in good hands with these remarkable graduates.” -Chancellor Bonnie D. Irwin
The beauty of the biannual dance performance taking place in a virtual format this year is that it actually expanded possibilities of human connection.
The $4.2 million Capital Improvement Project is the first new athletic facilities at UH Hilo in nearly 40 years.
At the first of three webinars scheduled during October, Domestic Violence Awareness Month, speaker after speaker encouraged better interventions through a supportive community.