Malamalama cover with modified image of tourists, May, 2007 Vol. 32 No. 2

May, 2007 Vol. 32 No. 2
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  • Understanding Elephants

    New research on two continents sheds light on how elephants hear through their toes and respond to human handlers. Read the story.
  • Beyond the Bluster

    As Coach Riley Wallace closes a 20-year career, former players and colleagues recall his colorful antics and his fatherly side. Read the story.

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  • Bone Detectives

    West Oʻahu’s popular new forensic anthropology certificate prepares graduates for careers in crime scene investigation and missing person identification Read the story.
  • Critical Nurses

    Mānoa’s School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene celebrates 50 years of baccalaureate nursing education and looks to the future. Read the story.
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  • A CTAHR Centennial

    Mānoa’s College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources continues a 100–year tradition of meeting community needs. Read the story.
  • Maui Managers Class

    Leadership Effectiveness and Development Program at Maui Community College helps first-year managers be more effective. Read the story.
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