Editorial

Sustainability Matters

Sustainability Matters

6ft Annual Hawaii Sustainability in Higher Education Summit The early morning flight on Feb. 8 from Honolulu to Kona was packed with UH faculty, administrators, students and staff heading to the two-day 6th Annual UH Sustainability Summit. Every year, these summits serve as opportunities to learn, reflect and re-engage with […]

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What’s the most important issue the government should focus on? 

What’s the most important issue the government should focus on? 

There is no simple answer to this question. Many things need to be addressed and many problems stem from other problems. I would say that the first step the government should take is to dismantle this corrupt, racist, sexist and corporate system, and to investigate said corruption. Now this will […]

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The Wellness Corner

Stress in the Chaos of Classes How do you keep yourself organized? Are you finding yourself spinning in circles because you’ve run out of time to do your research or assignment? Organizational skills and time management can be literal life savers for you as a student. Most of us enter […]

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If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go and why?

If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go and why?

Samoa because I’d like to see where and how my husband was raised and to experience the place he called home for the first 13 or 14 years of his life before moving to Hawai‘i. Understanding his background, culture and genealogy would not only allow me to gain knowledge of […]

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Moving of ‘Ōlelo channels suppresses Hawaiian voices

Moving of ‘Ōlelo channels suppresses Hawaiian voices

As a Native Hawaiian born, raised and educated in Hawai‘i, I find parallels of what transpired to the Hawaiians of the past with what is currently happening with the moving of public access television channels in Hawai‘i’s cable TV channel lineup. This is reminiscent of the abolition of Hawaiian hula, […]

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The Wellness Corner

Manage your life through wellness!   As we begin our spring semester, it’s a great time to head into the new year taking care of YOU! We all get overwhelmed. College is stressful. Life is stressful. But taking care of your personal wellness will help you achieve the academic success […]

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Sustainability Matters

Sustainability Matters

‘Uala Leaf Cafe goes green   The ‘Uala Leaf Cafe provides the WCC community with delicious, affordable and healthy food and is now working to become more sustainable. Charlene Akina, WCC’s workforce development coordinator, and chef Andrew Bell have formed a working partnership with Dr. Jamie Boyd and Noe Puaauli […]

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