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The annual commencement ceremony at Kauaʻi Community College, the only higher education institution on the island, is one of the year’s big events.
A 12-foot tall statue of a Hawaiian warrior was dedicated on the UH Manoa campus to all the Fallen Warriors from the university’s Army Reserve Officer Training Corp.
J. Kūhiō Asam, Claire L. Asam, Rick Blangiardi, Emme Tomimbang and John Waiheʻe honored as 2014 UH Distinguished Alumni.
The University of Hawaiʻi gave the community its first look at the preliminary conceptual design for the Daniel K. Inouye Center for Democratic Leadership.
The UH Mānoa Symphony Orchestra, Concert Choir and Chamber Singers performed their year-end concert on April 30.
The student organized event included food booths, a clothing sale, balloon animals, airbrush body painting, caricature drawing, games, entertainment and more.
If It Swings, It’s Music takes readers on Gabe Baltazar Jr.’s long road to becoming one of the very few Asian Americans who has achieved worldwide acclaim as a jazz artist.
Former Vice President Al Gore brought his message about the dangers of climate change to the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.
Hawaii CC’s Oceanography 201 lab is designed to give the students experiential, hands-on learning on the ocean.
UH Mānoa’s Hawaiʻi Space Exploration Analog and Simulation project researches how teams of astronauts will perform during long-duration space exploration.