The “Soul Food 4 Though” performance event was part of Black History Month in February.
Every year at Relay for Life, teams and individuals rally for twelve hours as a representation that the battle with cancer never rests.
Photos help spread awareness and encourage students to be active participants in the fight against gender based oppression.
Energy storage provides two benefits to the university—first, peak utility rate shavings, and second, storing renewable energy from sources such as its photovoltaic array.
International Nights is a special time each year when UH Hilo celebrates the many cultures and international students represented on campus.
The highlight of the festival was a lion dance, the first ever performed at the annual event.
The garden is named in memory of Patricia Anna Weber Lee, whose family donated $200,000 to the center.
On the first Wednesday of each month during the semester, the daily menu at the UH Hilo Campus Center Dining Room is 100 percent locally grown food.
With the 2018 theme, “Know the Past. Shape the Future,” UH Hilo is hosting films, workshops, guest artists, lectures, and a poetry slam to provide the campus community with cultural perspectives about the achievements of African Americans.
New gathering place on campus outside the Sciences and Technology Building has food service and picnic tables with solar powered stations to recharge electronic devices.