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Agatha Danglapin

Agatha Danglapin was an intern at Civil Beat. She produces video content for the organization’s online platforms.
Born and raised in Honolulu, Agatha graduated from Moanalua High School and is now an incoming senior at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. There she pursues degrees in Communications and English. At UHM, Agatha serves as the Executive Video Producer and Co-Managing Editor at Ka Leo O Hawaii, where she covers entertainment and various UH and state matters while profiling its community members.
What If 10 Million Tourists Could Speak Hawaiian? Cory Lum/Civil Beat

What If 10 Million Tourists Could Speak Hawaiian?

Developers of a free Hawaiian language course want to hear Hawaiian used more frequently by visitors and residents alike.

Hawaii Civics 101: Neighborhood Boards

Hawaii Civics 101: Neighborhood Boards

Have a problem with something in your neighborhood? Here’s how your neighborhood board can help.

Hawaii Civics 101: Independent Candidates

Hawaii Civics 101: Independent Candidates

Why is is so hard to run — and win — as an independent in Hawaii?

Hawaii Civics 101: The Primary Election

Hawaii Civics 101: The Primary Election

The most important election in Hawaii is also the one you are least likely to vote in.

Hawaii Civics 101: Lieutenant Governor Agatha Danglapin

Hawaii Civics 101: Lieutenant Governor

The lieutenant governor is the second highest position in the Aloha State. But what does the LG do?

UH Groups Play Big Roles In Hawaiian Language Version of ‘Moana’ Academy of Creative Media System

UH Groups Play Big Roles In Hawaiian Language Version of ‘Moana’

Five UH programs collaborated on the effort to produce the first Hawaiian translation of a Disney film.

New! Hawaii Civics 101: Office of Hawaiian Affairs

New! Hawaii Civics 101: Office of Hawaiian Affairs

This explainer video on OHA kicks off our new series aimed at helping you understand politics, government and democracy in the Aloha State.