A beautiful academic partnership is blooming across the Hawaiʻi Community College campus. The Agriculture program is providing produce for the campus’ Culinary Arts program and students on both sides are thrilled.
Hawaiʻi CC Agriculture student Ana Murillo said, “I feel that that this is very important to Hawaiʻi because 90 percent of our food is imported.”
Have you ever sat in class or at your desk at work and had your mind drift aimlessly after a couple of minutes? Have you ever had an answer to a question, but couldn’t recall the answer? Are there times when you feel you have the answer to a question, but you can’t remember what it is?
Hawaiʻi Community College will host the 4th Annual Hawaiʻi Community College Day on February 24, 9 a.m.—1 p.m. at the Manono Campus in Hilo.
The day will begin with a kīpaepae welina, a traditional Native Hawaiian welcoming ceremony. The college’s academic programs and student services will present interactive exhibits that highlight the degree and certificate programs available at the campus.
The event is free and open to the public.
Hawai‘i Community College - Pālamanui invites representatives from community-based organizations to attend referrers and recruitment training for the 2017-18 Ēlama Project Scholarship Program.
California State University, East Bay’s Inclusive Interdisciplinary Ensemble (IIE) returns to Hawai'i Island to collaborate with Hawai'i Community College and UH Hilo’s Dance Programs from February 6 – 12. The group will be welcomed with a Kīpaepae Welina at Papa 'A Hale at 8:30 a.m. on February 7.
Enjoy and evening of vibrant performances that showcase and critically reflect on the importance of the cultural traditions of Korea. This show will feature a community-based choral presentation of “Arirang,” the song many consider the un-official anthem of the Korean nation. Also featured will be folk and court dances by Halla Huhm Korean Dance Studio from Honolulu and a multi-generational, diasporic piece that integrates Korean shamanistic elements into the interpretive storytelling of the recent tragic sinking of the Sewol ferry in Korea.
One in five women and one in 16 men are sexually assaulted on college campuses while they are students, according to national statistics. The University of Hawaiʻi wants to compile the most accurate picture of the climate on its ten campuses when it comes to sexual harassment and gender-based violence and is asking students to help by participating in an online survey from January 20 to February 20, 2017.