Leeward Community College literature instructor, Michael Oishi, presents a lecture on the moral contexts and implications of revenge and violence in William Shakespeare’s tragedy Titus Andronicus.
Note: This lecture features illustrative clips from Julie Taymor’s 1999 film Titus, Rated R. Due to the film’s graphic nature, viewer discretion is advised.)
The Grand Opening of Waiawa Mile, the newest addition to Leeward's Pearl City Campus, is scheduled for National Walking Day!
Join us for the Recognition Ceremony, the unveiling of the Trail's map and an inaugural walk around campus on Waiawa Mile.
The mile-long trail includes cultural markers with native plantings to enliven your walk. The Trail begins near the newly installed fitness equipment, makai of the Health Science Complex.
Join us for a Finger Food Fiesta to kickoff our fundraising campaign, Donations for (Professional) Development on Tuesday, April 7, 2015 from 12:30-2:00 p.m. in GT 105.
Play the "Guess Who" game and match the teenage photos with the Leeward Administrators, Counselors, or ICTL Advisory Committee members and win prizes!
The annual Career, College & Job Fair offers more than 70 employers and 30 college programs, and attendance of nearly 2,000 job seekers. The purpose of the job fair is to provide access to college programs and employment opportunities from local businesses for both students and the general public.
The Pig and The Lady’s Chef Andrew Le works alongside the culinary students at Leeward Community College to present a menu reflecting his unique perspective at the Chef Showcase Dinner on April 8, 2015. The Chef Showcase Dinner is offered once each semester, providing Leeward culinary students the chance to work along side and learn directly from Hawaii’s finest chefs. The event is open to the public.
Chef Le's eclectic menu is inspired by...
No matter how many ERS/EUTF retirement informational sessions you attend (and you should probably attend at least five before you retire), you will still have questions about your own pension and health benefits because of the many complex individual issues and choices involved. Or even worse, you won’t even know what questions to ask after you finally get a live person at ERS, EUTF, Social Security, and/or Medicare on the phone.
2015 HI PRIDE T-Shirt Contest for UH Students Only! Deadlline: April 20, 2015.
UH students are asked to submit a design expressing what “HI Pride” means to them. The design may also be created and submitted by a team. You or your team may submit as many designs as you like.
For Contest Guidelines visit our website at: www.bookstore.hawaii.edu
or use this link to access the guidelines directly...
John Morton, Vice President for Community Colleges, will be on campus to share the latest initiatives and updates with our campus faculty, staff and administrators. He will focus on the UHCC Strategic Directions 2014-2021 as well as solicit comments.
Mark your calendars for Thursday, April 30, 2:00 PM, in the Ka’ala Room, GT 105, to participate in this forum.