Malamalama cover with Makia Malo and his seeing eye dog Maka January, 2007 Vol. 32 No. 1

January, 2007 Vol. 32 No. 1
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  • An ʻUkulele Comeback

    The quintessential instrument of Hawaiʻi is experiencing a renewed surge in popularity. Read the story.
  • The Art of Inspiration

    Two influential faculty artists are remembered—Professors John Wisnosky and Carl Wolz. Read the story.

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  • A Historic Investment

    Alumnus Jay Shidler commits $25 million and lends his name to the drive to turn a Mānoa college into a national leader. Read the story.
  • Weathering the Storms

    A small program with a big punch, meteorology at Mānoa remains a leader in training weather experts and understanding tropical weather phenomenon. Read the story.
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  • Down on the Render Farm

    Powerful computing at a new Leeward facility speeds up the process of making animation. Read the story.
  • A Part of Kalaupapa

    Cultural sensitivity and historic accuracy mark UH involvement in the Kalaupapa community, and a lifetime resident recalls his years at Mānoa. Read the story.
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