The annual STAR awards recognize leaders and role models at the UH Hilo Division of Student Affairs.
For a second time, the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo has been selected as one of the Most Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs.
After being set back due to covid restrictions, a recorded version of the annual show, entitled “Dance Collective: Pandemic Edition,” premiered March 26-28, 2021. The show included works of eleven choreographers presenting ten pieces.
Fred Dela Cruz, winner of the UH System Willard Wilson Award for Distinguished Service, has a longstanding reputation for high quality work and has earned great respect for his attention to detail and his mechanical abilities.
Jake Rodrique once thought college wasn’t the place for him. But that all changed through the guidance of a few extraordinary people.
Tracey Niimi put aside his student services specialist hat to direct and film the stunning Hula Bowl Halftime Show starring fashion designer Manaola Yap with the award winning Hula Halau Manaola under the direction of Kumu Hula Nani Lim Yap.
Each video event of the series will explore a different theme and showcase five storytellers from a variety of backgrounds.
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.