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Mauna Kea Open Forum

Location: UCB 127

UHHSA will be hosting this open forum to provide current students of UH Hilo with a safe and welcoming environment, where they can voice their views on Mauna Kea and the various issues surrounding it. The statements made during the open forum will be compiled into a formal letter/statement on how UH Hilo views Mauna Kea. We hope and encourage all students who have anything to say on this matter will be vocal and respectful of different points of view, whether others see Mauna Kea through a cultural, scientific, environmental, financial, or any other view point. Food and refreshments will be provided.

Special Restrictions: This event is limited to only registered UH Hilo students. Validated student ID's will be checked at the door.

For more information, contact: uhhsa2@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7367

Tags: UHHSA Mauna Kea Campus Center

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