Sustainability Through Outdoor Exploration

One of the best ways to reaffirm your commitment to sustainability of natural resources is getting out into nature. To help you “get outdoors” we have compiled a list of places on Oʻahu that will help you reconnect with the... Continue Reading →


UH Places Third in National Cybersecurity Competition

  A team from the University of Hawaiʻi placed third in a national cybersecurity competition behind the prestigious U.S. Military Academy in West Point and the University of Central Florida. The competition put university security teams from around the country... Continue Reading →

Never too early for Early College High School (ECHS)

Did you know that the outreach office continues a strong partnership with several local high schools through Early College High School (ECHS) courses via the Gear-up grant?  These participating students have access to take college courses while still in high... Continue Reading →

Being a Green Consumer

A part of becoming a sustainably smart consumer is identifying/recognizing greenwashing, the false promotion of a government, company or group’s environmental initiatives.[1] Their actions work in the opposite of what they are promoting. It is not uncommon for advertisers to... Continue Reading →

Honolulu CC alumnus Dwayne Pesquira

By Tiffani Lau Dwayne Pesquira, 25, graduated from Honolulu Community College in spring 2013 with a Communication Arts Degree and was quickly able to put his education to use, starting up his own freelance business and going to work for... Continue Reading →

Hawaiian Language Version of Moana Being Created by the Academy for Creative Media System

The Annie Award-winning star of Walt Disney Animation Studios Moana, Native Hawaiian Auliʻi Cravalho, reprises her role as the titular character of the hit feature for the Hawaiian language version. Casting for additional roles within the Hawaiian language version, which... Continue Reading →

Reducing Your Food Waste

One of the biggest things about the Holiday Season is the FOOD! No matter how hard we try we are never able to eat everything that is prepared. A 2016 University of Hawaiʻi/Department of Agriculture study estimated that residents wasted... Continue Reading →

Honolulu CC Alumnus Ronald Santos

By Gerimi Tangonan Ronald Santos graduated from Leilehua High School in 2009 and now, less than 10 years later, he’s a full-time teacher there. But, like many other students who start their career path at Honolulu CC, his journey was anything... Continue Reading →

Having a Green Halloween

Halloween is the perfect time for you to put your sustainability practices to the test! It is the perfect holiday to be creative & reduce, reuse & repurpose! Here are some sustainably smart ideas to help you have a Green... Continue Reading →

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