A week and a half after UH Mānoa's fall semester began, a second stay-at-home order was issued in response to the triple digit COVID-19 cases reported across the island. Classes had to quickly adjust to online instruction, campus facilities closed and students living on campus were restricted to their dormitories once again. 

After Oʻahu's stay-at-home order ended this past Thursday, Ka Leo news went to campus to speak with UH Mānoa's students about how they are celebrating the end of the month long lockdown. 

Activities the UH Rainbow Warriors most look forward to are the very things that make studying in Oahu unique: hiking, surfing and simply enjoying the beaches and parks. 

While the number of people who can partake in these activities is limited, students are nonetheless excited about enjoying a bit of normalcy within what is allowed during the Tier 1 reopening of Oahu.