The informational day was called to share cultural connections, examples of strategies for action taken from traditional Hawaiian stories and history, and the current history of astronomy on the mountain.
Among the improvements is a new video surveillance system.
“Mentoring Your Way to Success” was the last of three events for a pilot mentorship program.
Playwright and director Jackie Johnson brings to life a colorful cast of characters to enact the everyday magic, cultural hodgepodge, and at times wackiness of Hilo.
While respect and aloha were shown, testimony occasionally included direct criticism and pointed challenges to the BOR and UH.
With Hawai‘i as her muse, doctoral candidate Medea Yankova will be researching the development of color in textile art from the 1960s to the present.
Students gathered at the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo, April 6, to declare Kapu Aloha.
The Office of Maunakea Management’s 2009 Comprehensive Management Plan, approved by the Board of Land and Natural Resources, is the state’s overarching management plan for Maunakea.
On April 23 and 24, the Ibis Networks will be on campus to install the devices.
De La Cruz will share an overview of his presentation, “The Four Fishes,” at a panel discussion at UH Hilo on Tuesday, April 14.