Journalism students on the set of UHMtv

Journalism students from the School of Communications in the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa College of Social Sciences capped off a semester of hard work with the production of two 30-minute news shows with stories from the Mānoa campus and the community. The shows, called UHMtv, were written, hosted and produced by students of the Journalism 470 class.

One show will air on KFVE on Sunday, December 15 (channel 22 or 1022 on Spectrum Cable) at 10:30 a.m. with stories on:

  • how UH Mānoa is responding to immigration reform and what it is doing for student dreamers
  • why UH law students are helping a convicted felon clear his name
  • bidding aloha to Aloha Stadium
  • an interview with UH Head Sailing Coach Andy Johnson

The first show aired on December 8, and covered topics such as:

  • how construction is impacting Campus Center
  • why Mānoa is one of the safest campuses in the nation
  • why it may be the last straw for single use plastics on campus, and
  • an interview with the UH Wahine Head Volleyball Coach Robyn Ah Mow

View the episode on Youtube.