Malamalama cover with science instructor and two children September, 2006 Vol. 31 No. 3


September, 2006 Vol. 31 No. 3
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  • A Shift in Voting

    Changing demographics and ideologies could spell a new political reality for Hawaiʻi, UH experts say. Read the story.
  • After the Spill

    Diversion of sewage into the Ala Wai has residents and scientists alike wondering if it’s safe to go back in the water. Read the story.

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  • A Poet for the People

    Ted Kooser, the nation’s immediate past poet laureate shares accessible verse with Hawaiʻi residents and educators. Read the story.
  • Celebrating Our Centennial

    UH introduces a 100th anniversary logo and celebration plans. Read the story.
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  • Summer Fun

    Innovative programs provide enriching experiences for high school and college students and teachers. Read the story.
  • Fall Theatre Preview

    A sense of place pervades fall plays at UH, from Leeward’s folk–operatic Naupaka to Mānoa’s gritty Streetcar Named Desire. Read the story.
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  • Superman’s Return

    Internships on a major movie set prove to be a good investment for four Mānoa film students. Read the story.
  • TIM Turns 40

    Four decades ago, a pioneer Mānoa school united disciplines related to travel and tourism; today alumni are industry leaders around the world. Read the story.
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