Liana Honda: Forging a new path
Liana Honda is the owner of Hakamanu Honey, a honey and flower company based in Hāmākua, Hawai‘i.
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Moriso Teraoka started the campus’ famed cactus garden.
For the third year in a row we’re celebrating alumni love by sharing the romantic, unusual and sometimes unexpected ways UH Mānoa lovebirds found one another.
At Hawai'i CC, Kealaka'i “Ala” Matsumoto found purpose.
Successful alumnus plans to give Windward CC students a second chance like he had.
CTAHRAA President Michelle Au was recently honored for her outstanding contributions to CTAHR.
Joseph Kim, a fall 2016 graduate of the UH Mānoa School of Architecture, along with his colleagues from Design Partners Incorporated utilized their 3D printer to make face shields for local hospitals in need of personal protection equipment.