The students’ art installations show the tactile exploration of forms and environments along with expressions of time, light, and space in 3-D visualizations.
Schools from the West Coast Consortium of Private Law Schools along with several graduate and professional schools pitched their programs to students on Friday.
Students will perform aerial, ballet, hip-hop, jazz, new environmental dance and more at this semester’s Great Leaps, a biannual dance concert where students are the stars.
The Hawaiian celebration of Makahiki or the “Holiday Season” begins in October each year and continues for about four months. It is a significant time of the year for Native Hawaiians.
Organized by UH Hilo researchers, over 1,000 people from around the island attended the Puna Resiliency Block Party. Organizations designed creative interactive booths, and keiki entertained with song and ukulele mele.
The event opened with a beautiful parade of people from the university and local communities dressed in colorful Filipino costumes, followed by singing, dancing, and laughter.
Many of the Earth Fair’s activities and exhibitors focused on engaging school children, ranging from kindergarten to the 12th grade.
While respect and aloha were shown, testimony occasionally included direct criticism and pointed challenges to the BOR and UH.