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.
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 extraordinary talent, diversity, and inspiration of these fine scholars are beautifully captured in this photo essay of fall commencement by Bob Douglas.
There was fun with dressing up in “ugly or festive” Christmas wear, a photo booth and cookie contest. A good time was had by all.
The annual event, held during International Education Week, celebrates United Nations Day and the university’s geographic and ethnic diversity.
The UH Hilo community celebrated the richness of Filipino heritage, culture and scholarship.
Participants in the event spent time at the Campus Center Plaza painting t-shirts with heartfelt and emotional words about domestic violence to raise awareness in the campus community.
Ten astronomy students at UH Hilo went on a lab field trip to Maunakea where they practiced their astrophotography skills and captured spectacular photos of the night sky.