Oxford is the next step for Evan Matsuyama in his ambition to earn a master of arts in history and eventually a doctor of philosophy.
The year-long exhibit in Honoka‘a will showcase the rich paniolo history of Hāmākua.
The colorful mural, part of a statewide project, depicts cultural elements, historical places, and significant stories of Hilo.
Children from E Maka‘ala Elementary School, high school students from Laupāhoehoe Community Public Charter School, and students from UH Hilo’s pharmacy program all took their turn adding to the mural today.
For three days this week, students wrote their commitment to community service on colorful paper handprints and posted them on the “Make Your Mark” Legacy Wall on exhibit at the UH Hilo Library Lanai.
Pacific Students Media was founded by UH Hilo students to combat misinformation in the general media about Pacific Islanders in Hawai‘i.
UH Hilo has adapted the SISTA Project to meet the needs of sexually-active women of Native Hawaiian, Asian, and Pacific Islander descent living in Hawai‘i.
The benefit of certification is tied to the shortage of physicians and helps assure more direct patient care on Hawai‘i Island.