The event got off to a little late start, but the wait was worth it. Rappers, slam poets, musicians, singers, and even a dancer displayed their talents last Tuesday the 17th at the event “Open Mic” put on by the Student Life and Development staff members at HCC’s cafeteria building. Thanks to all the
The night officially began slowly at 10P.M. this past Saturday March 14th at the Republik for the very first WhiteRabbit launch event, and what a great turn out it was. The building quickly became crowded as people arrived and offered nothing but good vibes the entire night. Fire was added to the flaming hours with music by Tittahbyte,
“Comic Books: Changing Audience, Changing Genre,” will be the subject of a talk by Honolulu CC Professor Jerry Saviano next month in the school library. Saviano will give the presentation from 1 to 2 p.m. on Wednesday, April 1 in the first floor of the library.
The Honda International Opportunities Fund is sponsoring a day of international activities on campus Thursday, March 19. Polynesian navigation, poi ball making, Indian and Balinese dance and a poetry reading are part of the activities, which will be held from 9:30 to 1 p.m. in the school cafeteria. There will also be free snacks and
The William S. Richardson School of Law has jumped to number 89 out of the top 149 law schools here in the U.S. Richardson, which declares that it is one of smallest and affordable law schools in the country, has also been repeatedly leveled as one of the nation’s most diverse.