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Screwbuki is an innovative show which combines traditional Kabuki theatre with modern improv; using kabuki voice and costume along with improvised storytelling.
Director Paul Mitri hopes audiences feel that they’ve entered a Fred Astaire movie when they enter the performance space.
The proclamation honors the achievement, resources and research of the college’s students, faculty and staff.
The five-year grant will provide approximately 1,309 additional college credits with a priority going towards first-generation college attendees and low-income high school students.
The University of Hawaiʻi stands steadfast in support of free speech and free expression and we are fully committed to the education of all our students.
Earth, Sky, Time, Light, Space highlights the diverse work by internationally-recognized contemporary ceramics artist Wayne Higby.
The two men will be honored at CTAHR’s 29th Annual Awards Banquet on May 5.
Ai-Jen Poo, director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, addressed the UH Mānoa graduates at the 2016 fall commencement.
The UH Mānoa campus community is invited to meet chancellor finalist Lauren Robel.
Students of all ages are encouraged to submit their ideas to help make the Ala Wai awesome.