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November 24, 2020

UH Community Colleges Extend Application Deadline to Dec. 29

The University of Hawaiʻi has extended the deadline to Dec. 29 to apply for admissions for the spring 2021 semester to one of its seven community colleges.
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October 25, 2016

$125K Awarded to Tackle Rural Nursing Shortage

The William Randolph Hearst Foundations has awarded $125,000 to UH Mānoa Nursing to fund scholarships for 15 community college students from rural areas...
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March 23, 2012

Bert Kikuchi – UH Maui’s Memorable History Professor

In four decades of teaching history at Maui's college, Bert Kikuchi has had thousands of students, and many remember him fondly.
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September 12, 2010

VIDEO: Shan Tsutsui, State Senate Dist 4, Candidate Profile, Decision 2010 MauiNOW.com

Shan Tsutsui, 2010 candidate for State Senate District 4, Transcript: Introduction:  Aloha, I am State Senator Shan Tsutsui and I’m running for re-election in the Senate 4th District–this includes Kahakuloa, runs through Waikapu, down to Kahului, and parts of Paia.  I think without a doubt, we all know that the economy has been very challenging for most, if not... Read more »
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June 23, 2010

Get a Float at the 88th Maui County Fair Parade

It’s not too late to be a part of the biggest parade on Maui! The parade kicks off the fair weekend and will take place on Thursday, September 30, 2010. There’s still room for participants and float entries, with parade participants getting the added bonus of gaining free entry to the Fair on Thursday evening. ... Read more »
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March 17, 2010

Hawaiian Immersion Students Treated to Aboriginal Dance

Maui schoolchildren from the Hawaiian Language Immersion Program and Kamehameha Schools Maui enrichment program will enjoy a special performance today from an indigenous people of the Pacific. Descendance, an Australian Aboriginal dance troupe, entertains and educates the students with music and dance, engaging the kids in the cultural traditions of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait... Read more »
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February 18, 2010

MCC Renamed University of Hawaii Maui College

Maui Community College has a new name.  MCC drops its Community College Status and becomes the University of Hawaii Maui College. The name change was approved by the University of Hawaii Board of Regents during their monthly meeting held today on Oahu.  The change was proposed to accurately represent the college’s programs and services that... Read more »
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February 16, 2010

Forum Presents Both Sides in Akaka Bill Debate

A Forum on the Akaka Bill will be held tonight, Tuesday, February 16, 2010, with speakers presenting both sides of the debate.  The bill was crafted to establish a process for Native Hawaiians to gain federal recognition. Speakers in support include Boyd Mossman, Robin Danner, and Blossom Feiteira; those against include Kaleikoa Ka’eo, Henry Noa... Read more »
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February 02, 2010

MCC Adds 769 Students, Enrollment up 24 Percent

Maui Community College registered 4,078 students, a gain of 769 or 23.2 percent.  MCC reported the greatest enrollment increase behind Windward Community College where enrollment increased 24.3 percent. Statewide, the 55,761 students at the 10-campus University of Hawaii System set an all-time record for spring enrollment. Spring enrollment increased for a third straight year, with... Read more »
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January 18, 2010

Maui March for Martin Luther King Jr Day

Maui’s African American Foundation celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a Peace and Justice March in Kahului. The event runs from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Monday, January 18, 2010. The African American Heritage Foundation of Maui begins their annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Peace and Justice March and Festivities with a... Read more »
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October 29, 2009

Reenactment Retraces Events Leading to Hawaii’s Annexation

‘A’ole loa! ‘A’ole loa! The Queen’s Women: A reenactment of the 1897Anti-Annexation Meeting comes to Maui.  This presentation comes to Maui on Monday, November 2, 2009 at 7 p.m., at Maui Community College Ka Lama room 103. Reporter Miriam Michelson visits Hawaii to attend the meeting of the Women’s Hawaiian Patriotic League to protest against... Read more »
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October 28, 2009

Showing of “Noho Hewa: The Wrongful Occupation of Hawaii” 10/29/09

Noho Hewa: The Wrongful Occupation of Hawaii, a film by Anne Keala Kelly comes to Maui on Thursday, November 5, 2009 beginning at 6 p.m. at Maui Community College, Ka Lama room 103. The documentary is a contemporary look at Hawaiian people, politics, and resistance in the face of laws, economy militarism, and real estate... Read more »
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September 11, 2009


The fall 2009 opening enrollment for the University of Hawaii System reached an unprecedented 58,157, the highest in the institution’s history.  It surpasses fall 2008’s record enrollment of 53,5 09 by 8.7 percent.  For the second year in a row, UH’s fall opening enrollment has experienced an increase after remaining at 50,000 for five years.... Read more »
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August 03, 2009


The Hawaii Meth Project will hold a community prevention forum in Kahului on Maui on August 5, 2009. The nonprofit organization launched a hard-hitting island media campaign last month aimed at reducing first time methamphetamine use.  The forum will feature discussion with local leaders, information on prevention efforts and an overview of its volunteer program. ... Read more »
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July 19, 2009


Governor Linda Lingle has ordered the Hawaii State flag at state and county buildings throughout Hawaii to fly at half-staff on Sunday, July 19, 2009, from sunrise to sunset, in honor of former State Senator Henry T. “Hank” Takitani who died earlier this month. The Governor’s proclamation also encourages residents to display the state flag... Read more »
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