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December 3rd, 2012 - 10:55 am § in News

Review blog of UH ‘best of’

Review blog of the best of UH Manoa food on and around campus. For my Jour 401 project I interviewed students about their favorite places to eat and what it is they like so much about these restaurants or dishes. I’m a food enthusiast and hope you are too. Happy eating![...]

October 29th, 2012 - 9:58 am § in Features

“Secure Your ID Day” stresses importance of identity protection

By Harley Diven, Cars and cars and cars filled with unneeded documents, electronic waste, and old cell phones piled into three locations across the island of O‘ahu on Saturday, Oct. 20. Drivers were taking advantage of free paper shredding and e-waste disposal offered on “Secure Your ID Day.[...]

December 13th, 2010 - 10:55 pm § in Features, News

UH Mānoa takes steps to reduce sexual violence while increasing resources to victims

By  Alicia D. Partridge. This semester alone, five people have been sexually assaulted on campus: three female students, one male student and one female faculty member. Knowing how to prevent these instances and protect yourself is critical. “Statistically we know that one in three people will ex[...]

November 19th, 2010 - 4:01 pm § in Features, USS Missouri/Pearl Harbor

“Mighty Mo” aims to be No. 1 attraction on O‘ahu

By Alicia D. Partridge. Since the arrival and opening of the USS Missouri Battleship museum at Pearl Harbor in 1999, tourists from all over the world have come to see and experience its rich history. After being open for nearly 10 years, the Missouri Memorial Association is focused on making “Migh[...]