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A group of students, aided by alumni at the William S. Richardson School of Law, are setting up a food pantry to ensure fellow students have a steady supply of food.
A Senate panel will be digging into university issues in the next month.
At UH Manoa, students can wait as long as two months to sit down with a therapist.
But the percentage of non-white faculty is increasing, going from 44% in 2013 to about 50% in 2018
The directive from the board offers little new in the way of resolving issues regarding Thirty Meter Telescope.
The change from Oahu is meant to allow more residents of the Big Island to be heard by the regents.
A Board of Regents committee on Thursday OK’d a $236.5 million proposal for 2021 as part of a six-year modernization effort.
The University of Hawaii is coming up with creative ways to eliminate traditional textbooks.
Civil Beat’s salary database just added 7,424 statewide employees of the University of Hawaii system. At least 1,639 make six-figure salaries.
The administrative rules would govern activities on Mauna Kea.