Malamalama cover of girl looking meditative in the forrest, Sept., 2007 Vol. 32 No. 3

Sept., 2007 Vol. 32 No. 3
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Poranee Natadecha-Sponsel and Les Sponsel at the Thai Pavilion on the Manoa campus, click for story
  • Spiritual Ecology

    A new international movement finds commonality in religious tenets and environmental causes. Mānoa responds with a spiritual ecology concentration in its ecological anthropology specialization. Read the story.
  • Chancellor Hinshaw

    Mānoa marks its centennial with a frank, energetic new leader at the helm. Read the story.

hula dancers and live music, click for story
  • Hoʻolauleʻa Time

    A Windward tradition fosters a partnership between the campus and business community. Read the story.
  • Heart Sensing Radar

    A new Mānoa invention that reads vital signs through wireless technology has many potential applications. Read the story.
Tamara Montgomery surrounded by colorful theater props and costumes, click for story
  • Dragons Invade Mānoa

    One of several creative new books for kids is adapted for children’s theatre. Read the story.
  • Garden Party

    A new bioprocessing facility and medicinal garden draw on ancient knowledge and produce future workers. Read the story.