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Previous instances where basic needs security was in the popular press or media, credible research articles, and past events.

Adamovic, E., Newton, P., & House, V. (2022). Food insecurity on a college campus: Prevalence, determinants, and solutions. Journal of American College Health70(1), 58-64.

Broton, K. M., Mohebali, M., & Lingo, M. D. (2022). Basic needs insecurity and mental health: Community college students’ dual challenges and use of social support. Community College Review, 00915521221111460.

Hickey, A., Brown, O., & Fiagbor, R. (2022). Campus-based Interventions and Strategies to Address College Students with Food Insecurity: A Systematic Review. Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition, 1-15.

Ison, M. P. (2022). The viability of tuition-free community collegeEducational Policy36(5), 1054-1077.

Jabbari, J., Despard, M., Kondratjeva, O., Gupta, B., & Grinstein-Weiss, M. (2022). Nothing to show for it: Financial Distress and Re-Enrollment Aspirations for those with non-degreed debt. Research in Higher Education, 1-32.

Martinez, S. M., Esaryk, E. E., Moffat, L., & Ritchie, L. (2021). Redefining basic needs for higher education: It’s more than minimal food and housing according to California university students. American Journal of Health Promotion35(6), 818-834.

Mechler, H., Coakley, K., Walsh-Dilley, M., & Cargas, S. (2021). Examining the relationship between food insecurity and academic performance: Implications for diversity and equity in higher education. Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice, 15210251211053863.

Mintz, B. (2021). Neoliberalism and the crisis in higher education: The cost of ideology. American Journal of Economics and Sociology80(1), 79-112.

Broton, K. M., Miller, G. N., & Goldrick-Rab, S. (2020). College on the margins: Higher education professionals’ perspectives on campus basic needs insecurity. Teachers College Record122(3), 1-32.

‘Ivory Tower’ (2014). Explores why American higher education is so pricey: https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/ivory-tower-explores-american-higher-education-pricey.

The Aging Student Debtors of America 7/27

Hawaii Will Create a New Office Dealing With Trauma 7/26

A Guide for Low-Income College Students 7/19

University of Hawai’i Faculty Encouraged to Adopt Student Basic Needs Course Syllabus 7/19

Definition of “Doubling Up” on Housing from Dept. of Education 7/13

Helping College Students Get SNAP: Facilitators & Barriers to Access 5/23

Higher Education Affordability and Debt Crisis 5/2

The ‘Unbelievable, Horrible, Crushing Weight’ of Student Loans 5/2

Pell Grants Fall Short in Making College More Affordable for Low- & Middle-Income Students 4/29

Extended: The Federal Student Loan Payment Pause 4/28

ED and USDA College Students and SNAP Webinar 3/24

California Higher Education Basic Needs Alliance (CHEBNA) 2022 Learning Series 3/24

University of California Basic Needs Initiative 3/24

UH System Student Basic Needs Master Plan Released 3/23

Top Scientific Journal Publishes New Hope Center Article on Pandemic’s Affect on College Student Basic Needs 2/8

Qualify for SNAP with SPAM (Student Parents @ Mānoa) 2/7/22

Alcohol Rehab Guide and Alcohol Abuse 1/25/22

Biden-Harris Administration Take Actions to Support Students’ Basic Needs and Migrate the Spread of COVID-19 at Colleges and Universities 1/25/22

Guidance on using existing COVID emergency funds for students’ basic needs 1/25/22

Sara Goldbrick-Rab, Higher Education Basic Needs expert helps destigmatize BN support  1/4/22

DOH Investigation into Navy Water System 12/22/21

Assistant Professor Encourages Students to Embrace Help for Basic Needs 11/3/21

Herchinger Report Article on Hunger in Higher Education and Recommendations for Policymakers 9/22/21

How to find TXT0 (no-cost) Courses at the UH System 

University of California Basic Needs Initiative Workshop 9/24/21

New Hawaiian Language Basic Needs Site & Webinars for Help With Basic Needs 9/21/21

University of Hawai’i Faculty Encouraged to Adopt Student Basic Needs Course Syllabus

Inside Higher Ed: Article Addressing Student Basic Needs Insecurity Through the BASIC Act 6/29/21

HOPE Center Releases UH System & Campuses Basic Needs Reports 6/20/21

UHWO Student Battled Hunger, Housing Insecurity 6/20/21

Hawaiʻi Launches Program to Give Keiki Free Meals During Summer 6/1/21

Pandemic Pushes Millions into Food Insecurity 5/19/21

Supporting Student Basic Needs for Kauwela (Summer) 5/10/21

Open-Educational Resources in Higher Ed

Hawai’i Food Resources During the COVID-19 Pandemic

#RealCollege 2021: Basic Needs Insecurity During the Ongoing Pandemic

Rental and Utility Relief Program Application

How to Address the Growing Food Insecurity Issue in Hawai’i?

UH News: More UH students eligible for SNAP aka Food Stamps