Nov 24, 2014

Native Hawaiian Scholarship `Aha (12/02)


Native Hawaiian Scholarship `Aha
Tues, Dec 2, 2014, 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
One Stop Center Lobby

This presentation is for high school students, parents, teachers, adult students, enrolled college students, counselors, and anyone interested in finding out morea bout sources of financial aid available for Native Hawaiians including eligibility criteria and qualification requirements.

Meet with scholarship providers from: Kamehameha Schools, Keali`i Pauahi Foundation, Hawai`i Community Foundation, Liko A`e, Native Hawaiian Health Scholarship, Alu Like and KCC's Financial Aid Office.

Sponsored by University of Hawai`i, Office of Hawaiian Affairs, Pacific Association of Financial Aid Officers and GEAR UP Hawai`i.

For individuals requiring an auxiliary aid or additional services to participate, please call Isaiah Ka`auwai at 245-8260 at least 7 days before the event.

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Nov 12, 2014

La Ku'oko'a Lecture Series (11/17)

He Kiko Maoli No.  Over time, the topic of kākau uhi/kākau mōlī/uhi mōlī (popularly known by the inaccurate term ʻ tattooʻ ) has been recorded and written largely from a non-­native perspective. Lufi will offer a glimpse into this sacred, traditional practice from a kanaka maoli perspective.

Lufi A. Luteru is kupaʻāina from the valley of Mākaha, Oʻahu. Her moʻokūʻauhau maoli stems from Kilauea, Kauaʻi, where her grandmother was born, 91 years ago. She earned her B.A. and M.A. in Hawaiian Studies from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. She is currently a Lecturer at Kamakakūokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies and Windward Community College, where she teaches HWST 107, HWST 222 and HWST 322 (Mānoa), and is a published poet. She is a multi-­media artisan, and her specialty is Hawaiian Fiber Arts and Jewelry design. One community service that she is dedicated to is providing monthly workshops to make hīnaʻi lauhala (lauhala baskets) for iwi kūpuna (kanaka maoli ancestral remains). She is currently working on three new HWST course proposals, 1) a comparative studies course in Fiber Arts of Moananuiākea, 2) a comparative studies course in Native poetry of Moananuiākea,and 3) a comparative studies course in Native film of Moananuiākea.

Monday, November 17, 2014
12:00p -­ 1:15p
@ The Daniel Inouye Technology Center Auditorium


This event is free and open to the public. For more information contact Pua Rossi-­Fukino by email puali@hawaii.edu or Joshua Fukino by email fukino@hawaii.edu.

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Nov 5, 2014

La Ku'oko'a Lecture Series (11/10)


Documentation of Traditional Knowledge and Ways of Knowing and Doing.
HEi: Hawaiian String Figure Making. This workshop will discuss Hawaiian ways of knowing and doing using Hei as the medium of learning. Participants will also have hands-on experiences with Hawaiian Hei making.

Hei is the Hawaiian cultural equivalent of the childʻs game known as catʻs cradle. Often accompanied by mo`olelo (stories) and oli (chants), Hei presents a traditional method of performing and remembering long narratives. Hei are associated with various aspects of Hawaiian culture such as performance cartography, sharing of legends and depiction of everyday activities.

Much of the traditional knowledge of Hei has been lost, but practitioners like Kumu Kalani are making efforts to revive this cultural practice.

Monday, November 10, 2014
12:00p -­ 1:15p
@ The Daniel Inouye Technology Center Auditorium


This event is free and open to the public. For more information contact Pua Rossi-­Fukino by email puali@hawaii.edu or Joshua Fukino by email fukino@hawaii.edu.

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Oct 30, 2014

La Ku'oko'a Lecture Series

Ka'ie'ie: How Diving into Our Past Will Give Rise to Our Future.  Hawaiian language and culture are as deep as the waters surrounding our islands. By understanding our history, whether through research or oral traditions, we empower ourselves with the knowledge our kūpuna gifted to us as part of the great legacy that is the Hawaiian Kingdom. For the Hawaiian Kingdom was more than just a government, it was a sovereign people, language, land, culture and life. Through this presentation of history and music, we will discuss the important historical relationship between O‘ahu and Kaua‘i, and more importantly discuss how these islands can work together to empower our collective future.

Monday, November 3, 2014
12:00p -­ 1:15p
@ The Daniel Inouye Technology Center Auditorium


This event is free and open to the public. For more information contact Pua Rossi-­Fukino by email puali@hawaii.edu or Joshua Fukino by email fukino@hawaii.edu.

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Oct 28, 2014

Filipino Heritage Month Activities

The Pamantasan Club is celebrating Filipino Heritage Month! Join us in our activities this week. Each presentation will be followed by a tasting of a variety of Filipino desserts in the foyer of the LRC at 1pm. A poster presentation will also be available in the library on Filipino myths and folk tales.

Desert demonstration and tasting by Josh
Wed. Oct. 29th at 12:30
LRC 128

Traveling in Ilocos Norte by Jonathan
Thursday Oct. 30th at 12 noon
Library Classroom 122

Brought to you by the Kaua'i Community College Pamantasan Club and ASUH-KCC.

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Oct 27, 2014

Halloween Events on October 29 and 30

Aloha Students, Faculty, and Staff!

Student Activities Council has some AWESOME events planned for this Halloween Week!

Wednesday, October 29 - 9A-1:30P - MOVIE

Friday October 31 - 5:30P-10:00P - HALLOWEEN DANCE

The theme for this years' events is: "Da Crime Scene @ Red Rum Lounge" and we will be hosting all events in the Student Lounge area of the Student Life Center!

There will be a COSTUME CONTEST at the dance on Friday so be sure to be dressed to impress in your scariest attire! There will also be a [Doughnut] EATING CONTEST!

Stellar Prizes will be given to the winners of the contests, as well as games and prize giveaways throughout the night!  We look VERY forward to seeing you in some SCARY FUN with us at the Student Lounge this Halloween Week!

Oct 17, 2014

Week Without Violence (10/20 - 10/24)


Did you know that October is Domestic Violence and Anti-Bullying Awareness month? In observance of this national campaign, PAU Violence Kaua`i is hosting events next week Monday through Wednesday. Please come and support the events.

Clothesline Project -- Share your message to stop domestic violence and bullying by decorating a piece of clothing donated by concerned community members:

October 20 & 21, 9AM to 1PM at the Learning Resource Center

Open Mike -- Spread the awareness by sharing your talent! Singers, rockers, musicians, ventriloquists, stand-up comics, and others are invited:

October 22, 11:30AM to 1PM at the Learning Resource Center

Posted on behalf of D.Higa