In this Issue
UH Mānoa students make chocolate molds for Choco Le‘a; the Kamakakūokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies has a new graduate certificate program; Ka Leo makes 100 years; Vulcans have won a top conference spot; and mahalo to David Matlin.
Chef Keaka Lee shares about his first restaurant, Kapa Hale, and his time at Kapi‘olani Community College. Also: the chef’s recipe for kalo-and- potato croquette.
A variety of improvements have been completed across the University of Hawai‘i’s campuses.
10 BRIGHT, SHINING SHAR
How Shar Tui‘asoa found global success as a freelance illustrator.
These three University of Hawai‘i-educated designers cre- ate beautiful, sustainable clothing.
18 ALL IN THE FAMILY
The University of Hawai‘i has made a life-changing impact on these multigenerational alumni.
24 PILA’S PAPERS
The work of the late Kaua‘i archaeologist William “Pila” Kikuchi finds a home at Kaua‘i Community College.
Helen Wong Smith becomes president of the Society of American Archivists and UH Hilo’s Hawaiian Studies program celebrates 40 years.
30 WHAT’S MY JOB
Steven Lundblad, a professor of geology at UH Hilo, shares his educational journey and projects he’s working on with his students.
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ON THE COVER
From the feature story “All in the Family,” Abbie Reed is surrounded by her daughters Kimberly Kahula Reed and Rain Kahula Yong.
Photo by Elyse Butler