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Anonymous Donor Gives $3M To UH Hilo And LGBTQ Students University of Hawaii Hilo

Anonymous Donor Gives $3M To UH Hilo And LGBTQ Students

The scholarships will support LGBTQ students and students who are the first in their family to attend college.

University Of Hawaii Reinstates Indoor Mask Policy Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2022

University Of Hawaii Reinstates Indoor Mask Policy

The decision was based on recommendations from health experts amid a spike in Covid-19 cases statewide, the university said.

Lee Cataluna: The Sport Hawaii Loves Loves Hawaii Back Screenshot: YouTube.com/2022

Lee Cataluna: The Sport Hawaii Loves Loves Hawaii Back

Volleyball allows us to celebrate excellence, something that is sometimes in short supply in Hawaii.

Should Astronomers Be Worried About Changes At Mauna Kea? Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2019

Should Astronomers Be Worried About Changes At Mauna Kea?

The governor is considering a bill to transfer management of Hawaii’s tallest mountain from UH to a new governing authority.

UH Researchers Discover New Wasp Species Charleston Cazimero/Civil Beat/2022

UH Researchers Discover New Wasp Species

The new Menehune wasp was first discovered at the University of Hawaii Manoa by a graduate assistant.

The Archeology Of Smell: Behind This UH Professor’s Ongoing Quest For Cleopatra’s Perfume Courtesy: Sean Coughlin

The Archeology Of Smell: Behind This UH Professor’s Ongoing Quest For Cleopatra’s Perfume

Robert Littman and a team of perfume experts, archeologists and historians are still waiting to see if their decades-long hunt may finally pay off.

Are Filipinos Underrepresented At The University Of Hawaii? Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2022

Are Filipinos Underrepresented At The University Of Hawaii?

The state Senate is considering a resolution that would ask UH and an advocacy group to study ways to improve the status of Filipino students and professors.

Two Years Into The Pandemic, Hawaii Is Finally Poised To Test Its Sewage For Covid Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2015

Two Years Into The Pandemic, Hawaii Is Finally Poised To Test Its Sewage For Covid

Poop might hold the key to tracking the virus, but the state has struggled to bring its wastewater testing laboratory online.

Bill Taking Mauna Kea Management Away From UH Moves Forward Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2019

Bill Taking Mauna Kea Management Away From UH Moves Forward

The Senate Higher Education Committee made several amendments to House Bill 2024, including reducing the number of Native Hawaiians on the governing entity.

UH Official: Mauna Kea Management Bill Would Mean ‘An End To Astronomy’ Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2019

UH Official: Mauna Kea Management Bill Would Mean ‘An End To Astronomy’

The Senate Higher Education Committee is expected to decide Wednesday on a bill that would replace a recent management plan devised by the Board of Regents.