The Barrio Fiesta, held on UH Hilo campus, is a bright and lively event to bring the Filipino-American community together in Hilo.
The annual event demonstrates unity among nations represented at UH Hilo and shows that aloha and compassion among different peoples is possible and powerful.
The event, held annually on the Mookini library lanai, gives everyone a glimpse into the many different countries and cultures represented on campus.
Computer scientist Travis Mandel, director of UH Hilo’s interdisciplinary data science program, is working with team of students, alumni, and faculty to develop the FISHTRAC software.
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!
Alumnus Arthur Ansin leaves behind a legacy as an inspiring agriculturist, showing students how they may take their degree and apply it to life in a way that creates change, builds community, and supports the environment.
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.