Hawaiian Studies Program at Leeward Community College

The Hawaiian Studies Program at Leeward Community College

Hawaiian studies is the academic study of the aboriginal language, culture, history, philosophy and practices of Hawaiʻi.

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Photos from Leeward Community College's post 09/13/2023

📢 Important Update! 🗓️

We wish to inform you that due to unforeseen circumstances, the performance dates for "E 'aha 'ia ana 'o Mauna Kea" have been rescheduled to November 4, 2023, at 7:30 PM.

If you can attend on the new date, your tickets will be automatically moved, and you'll receive updated tickets via email next week. No action needed.

If you can't make it on the new date, contact us at (808) 455-0380 or [email protected] by September 15, 2023, for a refund or ticket exchange (excluding A Robert Cazimero Christmas).

We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your understanding. Thank you for your continued support.

Photos from Hawaiʻinuiākea School of Hawaiian Knowledge's post 09/13/2023

The annual Kalo & Awa Festival is taking place this Saturday! Grab your loved ones and go visit our friends up in Waimea Valley for some fun weekend activities!


Go check it out at awaiaulu.app


It was great to have YMCA Athertonʻs College Camp on campus for a tour! This program is for high school students across the island to learn more about post-secondary education opportunities. We hosted 18 high school students (sophomores, juniors, and seniors).

Check out Cristel May Ponionʻs (Farrington HS) thank you video! Screenshot the QR code or go to https://go.hawaii.edu/Aay

Photos from Pacific Islanders in Communications's post 09/13/2023

Learn about a new opportunity that can prepare you for a rewarding career in nursing! Information sessions will be 3:30-5:30 p.m. on June 14 or 12:30-2 p.m. on June 28 at . For details or to sign up for a session: http://westoahu.hawaii.edu/prenursing

Photos from Hokulea Crew's post 06/19/2023
THEA5101 Spotlight: A Musical Theater Performance Workshop 06/19/2023

THEA5101 Spotlight: A Musical Theater Performance Workshop Join us for an exciting musical theater workshop designed to help aspiring performers like you develop the skills and confidence you need to shine on stage! Led by an experienced professional, this workshop will provide you with the tools and techniques you need to take your  singing, dancing and a...

Photos from Huliauapa'a's post 05/05/2023

Aloha pumehana kākou!

Watch the 2023 Merrie Monarch Festival Encore and live showings on K5 and at MerrieMonarch.com (link in bio)!

You can also catch on your TV’s streaming device. Download the HNN app on Roku, Apple TV or Amazon fire to watch.

Where to watch K5! Channel 6! Watch The Merrie Monarch Festival on K5 on Channel 6 on Spectrum, Hawaiian Telcom, Direct TV and Dish!  If you are using a broadcast antenna (Rabbit Ears) you can find K5 on Big Island and Maui on Channel 6.1 and on Oahu on Channel 13.2. You can also watch LIVE via livestream on MerrieMonarch.com, the Hawaii News Now Mobile App or by downloading the Hawaii News Now app on your smart TV’s device such as Roku, Apple TV or Amazon fire.

Television Channels:

• Spectrum: Channel 6 (Digital Channel 1006)
• Hawaiian Telcom: Channel 6
• Direct TV: Channel 6
• Dish: Channel 8

Over the Air (Rabbit Ears)
• Oahu:  Channel 13.2
• Hawaii Island (Hilo / Kona): Channel 6.1
• Maui: Channel 6.1



The UH Mānoa Indo-Pacific Affairs Initiative is offering funding to support internships during Summer 2023. UHM undergraduate or graduate students can apply to receive a $4,000 stipend to work at the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies. This funding is part of the new Indo-Pacific Affairs Internship Program.

The Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (DKI APCSS) is a US Department of Defense institute in Honolulu that addresses regional and global security issues. Interns support courses by assisting professors in seminars attended by US and Indo-Pacific military and civilian security practitioners, perform research, and attend visits from US officials and Indo-Pacific dignitaries.

If you have questions or are interested, please contact [email protected].

Sacred Forests - the story of Hawai'iloa 04/06/2023

Sacred Forests - the story of Hawai'iloa In 1990, the Polynesian Voyaging Society decided to create a new canoe, to be called Hawai'iloa after a famous Tahitian navigator. Hawai'iloa would be built of traditional materials - lauhala for the sails, olana for the lashings, koa for the hulls, ohia for crossbeams to connect the hulls, and hau....

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