Author Archive: Emilie Howlett
UH Mānoa scientists find that abundant and widely distributed corals at risk during global changes in climate and ocean chemistry.
UH Mānoa’s Lyon Arboretum holds annual Holiday Plant and Craft Sale on November 23.
Kapiʻolani CC presents award-winning artist Hani El-Masri in a two-part lecture series.
UH Maui College holds Career and Innovation Day showcasing tech degrees and high-tech fields.
UH Maui College celebrates the opening of the first-ever Veterans Resource Center.
Spoken word poet and dancer Marc Bamuthi Joseph brings his unique style of “choreopoetry” to Leeward Theatre.
College Application and Exploration Season encourages high school seniors to apply to at least one college before graduation.
UH West Oʻahu offers new bachelor of education degrees in middle-level and secondary education in hopes of addressing demand for Central and Leeward Oʻahu area teachers.
UH Hilo student Mark Tokuuke finishes first in international Business Strategy Game.
UH Mānoa Department of Theatre and Dance celebrates Kennedy Theatre’s 50th Anniversary with “Look Back: Move Forward” featuring dance alumni.