From the Magazine

Take a look at some of the stories that made their way into the spotlight in this season's issue.

legacy of lei

They’ve been a fixture at University of Hawai'i athletic events for more than 25 years. So it’s no surprise that they’re recognized as the most fervent fans of UH volleyball. They’re affectionately known as the Aunties.

hope through action

Find out how one woman's medical misfortune led her to start Paw Posse Ohana, a Facebook group that reunites lost pets with their families.

play time

Music can bring people together. It can comfort us during times of grief, make us get up and dance, lift our spirits when we’re down, and even help mend a broken heart. Here are four groups of people who share a love for music that keeps them together.

a new woman

When Nezlyn Kealoha looks in the mirror, she sees a bold woman. Someone with strength and courage, but that hasn't always been the case. Read how her time at Fernhurst, a furlough and transitional housing facility run by YWCA Oahu, helped her find herself as a new woman.

rooted in good health

Roots Café & Market is one of more than a dozen programs of Kokua Kalihi Valley. While many people visit the North School Street center to receive medical services, the café has become a hub fostering good health through food. And it’s much more than healthy food at a good price; the café supports many aspects of overall health and well-being, including education, economic stability, cultural connections, and more.

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Spring 2019

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