Organizers of the events hope to raise awareness about the African American experience in the U.S. and create cultural connections between the diverse populations of the university community.
Mark Kimura will present results from his June 27th Lava Flow Social Impact survey, and illustrate the uncertainties regarding the social impact of the lava flow.
This year’s Distinguished Alumni honorees are Ramon Goya, Patsy Fujimoto, and Boyd Castro. Come enjoy ono food, fun auctions, and good conversation!
This year’s shows feature a unique first-ever performance from Burma, taiko drumming from Japan, and American contemporary hip hop.
The film explores the widespread social factors that helped create Hawai‘i’s current healthcare crisis while highlighting the power of communities to heal themselves. Ola: Health is Everything is directed by Matthew Nagato who will be at showings for Q&A.
Rani Arbo & daisy mayhem will perform Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015, 7:30 p.m. at the UH Hilo Performing Arts Center. Their original songs range from blues to bluegrass, Unitarian funk gospel to crooner swing and spooky folk-pop.
Come celebrate UH Hilo’s 20th Annual Ho‘olaule‘a! There will be a variety of food, great prizes, spectacular performances and entertainment, diverse crafts, carnival style games, inflatables, and other activities for keiki. This family fun event is free and open to the public.
Students have petitioned for a total of 290 degrees and/or certificates from four UH Hilo colleges.
The concert will feature songs from throughout Zappa’s career, including material from Mothers of Invention albums from the 1960s to songs recorded on his last tour in 1988.
The 5K course is designed to give participants of all ages the chance to explore the UH Hilo campus in a family-friendly, festive run/walk.