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UH Regents Defer Vote On Budget Planning Proposal Cory Lum/Civil Beat

UH Regents Defer Vote On Budget Planning Proposal

The board is expected to take up the resolution in August.

UH Regents Set To Consider ‘Whatever Available Means’ To Cut Costs PF Bentley/Civil Beat

UH Regents Set To Consider ‘Whatever Available Means’ To Cut Costs

The University of Hawaii’s Board of Regents will discuss ways to reduce operating expenses and a letter asking Gov. David Ige to halt pay raises at its meeting Thursday.

Coronavirus Is Disrupting Cadaver Dissection At UH Civil Beat file photo

Coronavirus Is Disrupting Cadaver Dissection At UH

COVID-19 is prompting the University of Hawaii to reduce some of its teaching programs, including a foundational course in human dissection.

UH Releases Plan For ‘Unprecedented Semester’ PF Bentley/Civil Beat

UH Releases Plan For ‘Unprecedented Semester’

The university is working closely with state health officials to keep students safe, but said coronavirus cases on campus were “almost inevitable.”

Budget Chief: Deep Cuts Loom For The University of Hawaii Screenshot University of Hawaii

Budget Chief: Deep Cuts Loom For The University of Hawaii

The extent of financial woes won’t be clear for another eight weeks when fall classes start and enrollment numbers are in.

UH Is Making Students Vacate Campus Housing Next Week Cory Lum/Civil Beat

UH Is Making Students Vacate Campus Housing Next Week

About 750 students still live on campus at the University of Hawaii Manoa. But most are being told to move out by May 16 even as the stay-at-home order makes it hard to find housing.

UH Plans To Resume In-Person Classes This Fall PF Bentley/Civil Beat

UH Plans To Resume In-Person Classes This Fall

The university is still working on what those classes will look like.

UH Changes Grading Policy After Classes Move Online Cory Lum/Civil Beat

UH Changes Grading Policy After Classes Move Online

Students still need to earn at least a “C” grade to get credit for a class.

Some Students Go Hungry As They Navigate UH Law School Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Some Students Go Hungry As They Navigate UH Law School

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.

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