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Voices of students echoed throughout the quiet campus on today’s non instructional day. A protest took place outside of Hawaii Hale where graduate students advocated for their unionization. Olivia Meyer, a graduate student from the geography department, was just one of the many students look…

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The globally celebrated annual day of philanthropy will make its debut on campus at the end of this month in recognition of many organizations throughout the UH system. Different programs, initiatives and students will be invited to showcase their thanks for the scholarships/funds received f…

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From sweet to savory, the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s Food Truck Row is brimming with four new food trucks: Slice by HB Baking, HI Cravings, Big Belly Eatery and Ahi & Vegetable.

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UHM students have the option of getting vaccinated against influenza right on campus for a decent price with or without insurance. The height of flu season is widely regarded to be the fall and winter months, and with many immune systems being weakened by the pandemic, students should consid…

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“Form within a Form: Echoes and Reverberations” is Kennedy Theatre’s largest dance production of the year. Although their opening weekend has passed, there are still three more shows left to attend this upcoming weekend. 

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With the Hawai‘i gubernatorial election coming up on November 8th, it is critical to know the leading candidates’ values and what they stand for. Here is a breakdown of the leading candidates for the governor and lieutenant governor races.