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Sixteen HonCC Student Designers Featured at 2019 Fashion Show

Photo Courtesy of: UH News All eyes were on a runway that would rival the catwalks of Milan, London, Paris and New York at Honolulu Community College’s Marine Education and Training Center April 27. Sixteen graduating student designers dazzled more... Continue Reading →

Will you still study when you’re 64?

By Danielle Fielder, Kā La: Honolulu Community College Student News A 64-year-old college student at Honolulu Community College (HonCC) is maneuvering through the hardships of generational differences while studying in the Music Entertainment Learning Experience (MELE) program.   Timothy Hurley... Continue Reading →

Moana and MELE

“WEEEEEHAAAAA!” exclaims Kaipu Baker, the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa sophomore who voices the character Maui in the Hawaiian language version of Disney’s Moana. The movie, a collaboration of five UH programs, is spearheaded by the Academy for Creative Media... Continue Reading →

A transcending experience for four MELE students

Four Honolulu Community College Music and Entertainment Learning Experience (MELE) students put their education to work against an extremely tight timeframe to restore, remix, remaster and create the music for the film Transcend: The Jon Mozo Story. “Watching our names... Continue Reading →

Musical Pau Hana on the Lawn with special guest John Cruz

The Honolulu Community College Keiki Hauʻoli Children’s Center in partnership with the Music and Entertainment Learning Experience (MELE) Program will host a Pau Hana on the Lawn on Friday, May 6, 2:30–4 p.m. Family and friends will enjoy a casual... Continue Reading →

MELE alum a part of creative team for “West is Best” short film

Music and Entertainment Learning Experience audio engineering alum, Julian Silveria, was on hand to celebrate the grand opening of Hawai'i's first luxury movie theatre - Regal Theatre in Kapolei.  He was a part of the creative team from the University of Hawai'i... Continue Reading →

Making wishes come true through music

Being diagnosed with lupus at the age of 13, Skyla is not your typical 17-year-old Big Island girl. It was during her early high school years at Honoka‘a High that she discovered a music ensemble class, finding comfort, hope and... Continue Reading →

Al Landon Visits MELE

Long time supporter of the MELE program, Al Landon, dropped by today to visit with Audio Engineering students in the MELE program. He along with Chancellor Lacro were presented with commemorative plaques of appreciation for their support of the Keiki... Continue Reading →

MELE Program Releases Second CD Compilation

Students produce Keiki O Ka ‘Aina Contact: Billie K T Lueder, (808) 845-9187 Communications & External Affairs, Chancellor's Office (Honolulu) - Honolulu CC's Music & Entertainment Learning Experience (MELE) Program is proud to release its second compilation entitled Keiki O Ka ‘Aina. After the... Continue Reading →

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