Author Archive: Jeela Ongley
From the classroom to the runway, graduates of the Honolulu Community College Fashion Technology Program shine locally and nationally.
Community volunteers on the Big Island are working with the North Hawaiʻi Education and Research Center to collect donations for Iselle relief efforts.
On June 21, 1994 poet Maya Angelou hosted An Evening with Maya Angelou for a sold out crowd on the UH Mānoa campus.
Healthy Living conference brings people together to network, share ideas and raise consciousness about the status of women.
In conjunction with Hawaiʻi Fashion Month October 2013, students, faculty and staff of the 10 UH campuses are invited to share their style using Instagram and the hashtag #UHFashion.
Protecting the Hawaiian taro industry is a priority for University of Hawaiʻi scientists, farmers and community members.
Manoa art students are among the first to create products testing the market for young koa wood.
James Carrillo names his taro virus discovery Leeward Taro Virus.
UH Mānoa students learn architectural design principles through Japanese flower arranging.