The University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa is currently displaying the work of two well known artists, Dorthea Lange and Ken Okiishi. Both depict the lives of Japanese Americans who were forcibly removed from their homes following the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941.
The Gender Equality Movement club (GEM) hosted an event on Nov. 12 where students packed over 100 period supply kits to donate to those in need.
This semester, the university implemented the HOLO card system for it’s bus pass, in addition to the traditional UPASS sticker students had to physically acquire from Campus Center every season.
Microrefugia are small-scale ecosystems which serve as habitat for rare and negatively impacted plants and animals; you might already have one in your backyard or on your lanai. Even small patches of land which are covered in flowering plants can serve as beacons of hope for beleaguered poll…
Speaking into his headset, University of Hawaiʻi astrophysics student Mike Andrews says excitedly, “Julian, you can have the Dreadfire Vessel I got, if you want it!” His statement is punctuated by a flurry of keyboard clicks as he prepares to transfer the item to his friend.
Every day, for 20 hours a week, all Lalelei Mata’afa had been doing was the same movement, the most-basic type of water polo training: egg beating and legging up to pass the ball to a teammate. But suddenly, something felt strange in her right knee. “At that moment I didn’t even feel any pai…