Malamalama cover with glass blowing May, 2005 Vol. 30 No. 2

May, 2005 Vol. 30 No. 2
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  • A Glass Act

    Glass blowing is the most popular method in a medium that attracts students to Mānoa’s art program. Read the story. | View a slideshow.
  • New Country, Old Problems

    A Mānoa team leads an agriculture program to help long-embattled East Timor get on its economic feet. Read the story.

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  • Water in Peril

    UH scientists address threats that human activities, natural disasters and even terrorists pose to safe drinking water. Read the story.
  • UH’s Medical Move

    New Hawaiian-inspired Kakaʻako facilities are anything but old school. Read the story.

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  • Communicating by Design

    Communication Arts students earn awards while learning career skills at Honolulu Community College. Read the story.
  • Group Think

    The ninth East-West Philosophers’ Conference invites thinkers of all sorts to address "educations" and their impacts. Read the story.

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