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It’s Monday, May 14 – From HPR2, it’s The
The lei have wilted, the graduation is over…what’s next for a new
Adam Roversi is a
2012 graduate of the William S. Richardson School of Law. He's one of nine
students who earned the Native Hawaiian Law Certificate. His research paper on the history of the
land hui movement will be published by the University of Hawai`i Law Review
One singular-and public school dance
Elizabeth Savage is a 16-year old sophomore at Aiea High School who will be performing in the school’s 6th annual dance concert on May 20th at 4 pm.
100 years of eroding time, beaches and
Chip Fletcher is the
lead author of the study published this month.
While those on the Beach Erosion Board in 1915 might be rolling in their
graves over what they did or didn’t do, it might be instructive to think about
how future generations will look at us.
Making the case for the
rights of nature.
Kapua Sproat is an
attorney who specializes in environmental law. She’ll be part of a
public conversation tomorrow night at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center’s McCoy
Studio Theater at 7 p.m.
Plus a no name backyard quiz, today’s reality check and the world view from Aljazeera
…first the news… from NPR.