Journalism's Future ... Now

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Journalism's Future ... Now

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Journalism's Future ... Now

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Hundreds of students lined up for a Food Drop on Valentines Day 2024.
11,000 pounds of food distributed at UH
Zackary Orozco, Staff • February 18, 2024

Hundreds of UH Mānoa students and community members attended a “Food Drop” this week at the Campus Center Courtyard. Even though the food distribution didn't start until noon on Wednesday, students began lining up much earlier. “We're here about two hours early," Ellie Campbell, an exchange...

Seven unhoused members set up camp with their three dogs in Thomas Square on a Saturday afternoon on Jan. 20.
Funding for kupuna housing: Good goal, but is it realistic?
Emma Caires, Staff • February 20, 2024

Hawaii lawmakers are considering a measure that could keep kupuna in homes and off the streets. Senate Bill 2244 aims to expand the state rent supplement program for seniors who are homeless, or face the risk of becoming homeless. Aside from the...

Conceptual renderings of the New Aloha Stadium Entertainment District, courtesy of Crawford Architects.
The New Aloha Stadium Entertainment District to open doors in 2028
Kaihehau Goo, Contributor • December 31, 2023

The original Aloha Stadium was closed in 2020, forcing the UH football team to its on-campus field at the Clarence T.C. Ching Athletic Complex....

Big wave surfer Greg Long demonstrates how to tie a tourniquet using a surf leash and water bottle.
Riding the Waves of Safety: Highlights from the 2023 Big Wave Risk Assessment Surf Responder Summit
Justin Gardner, Contributor • December 15, 2023

The North Shore of Oahu recently hosted a gathering of big-wave surfers, safety experts and ocean enthusiasts for the 2023 Big Wave Risk Assessment...

Brian McInnis wrote sports stories for the Star-Advertiser for more than a decade. He shared those experiences with the Jour 323 Sports Media class this Fall.
McInnis returns to UH Mānoa to share what he's learned
Colby Duncan, Contributor • December 13, 2023

Life has a special way of coming full circle at times. For Brian McInnis, one of those moments came when he spoke in front of a University of...

Poster of the theatre play The Water Station directed by Marguerite Saxton

| Photo by UH Mānoa
Silent play "The Water Station" explores issues of identity and purpose
Laurel Galvin, Contributor • February 21, 2024

Graduate student Marguerite Saxton is no stranger to performances without words. Her background in circus performance enables her to convey complex...

Team unity is an under-appreciated part of football.
What it means to be a Rainbow Warrior
Julia McFarland, Contributor • February 12, 2024
Ron - Photo by Zhihai Huang
Stay or leave after graduating?
Zhihai Huang, Contributor • December 31, 2023
Teachers face challenges in Hawaii unlike anywhere else
Krystal Spear, Contributor • February 12, 2024

Journalism student Krystal Spear discusses specific challenges faced by teachers in Hawaiʻi, and she talks with experts about what is being...

Studies arenʻt the only allure for studying abroad
Jessica Iwamasa, Contributor • February 2, 2024

Journalism major student Jessica Melissa Iwamasa investigates the possibilities around Study Abroad at UH Mānoa.

Telling the stories of our communities: It's what journalists do best
Zoe Zepeda, Contributor • December 15, 2023

We asked UH Journalism major Zoe Zepeda to find common threads among these three journalism-oriented documentaries:   Small Town News:...

Ching Field looking more and more like home for UH football
Brett Oppegaard, Contributor • September 9, 2023

The University of Hawai'i at Mānoa band lined up to welcome the UH football team onto the Clarence T. C. Ching Athletics Complex field before...

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