Past Events – 2012

Fall 2012

Finals Event
Pau Ka Papa provided a stress free environment during finals for UHWO students with study kits, UHWO gear, snacks, and beverages provided courtesy of Kealaikahiki.
Pau Ka Papa, Finals Event

Community Service
This semester Kealaikahiki organized a mālama ʻāina community service project at Kaʻala Farms where participating students expanded the firebreak to prevent damage from future fires. Mahalo nui to all of those who volunteered their time to kōkua.
Ka‘ala Farms Community Service

Haunted House at UHWO
Friday, October 26 from 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm! Haunted house, glow merchandise at the Kealaikahiki Booth, and much more! All are welcome!

Movie Monday Month at Kealaikahiki
Mark your calendars for “Movie Monday” this October! Every Monday films pertaining to Hawaiian language, history, and culture will be shown from 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm in B-207 (Noʻeau Center; library 2nd floor).

Kealaikahiki First Annual Open House
To kick off our first semester at the new Kapolei Campus Kealaikahiki Native Hawaiian Program hosted an Open House in partnership with the Noʻeau Center. Students, staff, and faculty were able to tour our new center, play pāʻani Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian games provided by Kealaikahiki), and enjoy free coffee and doughnuts. To view pictures from our Open House event please visit our gallery page.

Open House

Spring 2012

Spring Pāʻina Open House
The Spring Pāʻina, hosted by the UHWO PUEO leadership program, was held on February 8, 2012. It was the first semester pāʻina at UHWO! The Noʻeau Center for Writing, Math, and Academic Success and Kealaikahiki teamed up to give away free cupcakes from Larry’s Bakery. Students took home their sweet treats along with inspirational quotes printed on vibrant colored paper cupcakes.

Hawaiian Music Throughout the Years
The musician’s panel featured three prominent Native Hawaiian musicians, Wehilani Ching, Bernard Kalua, and Aaron Salā. Each of them shared their manaʻo about Hawaiian music and how it has evolved through the years. Refreshments were provided courtesy of Kealaikahiki.

Finish Strong Finals Event
Final exams can be stressful for students and to alleviate the academic tension we hosted a finals event encouraging students to finish strong passing out study tips, free healthy food, and an ʻai pono segment with Uncle Daniel Bishop who demonstrated how to make paʻi ʻai and poi.