Mahalo nui! See you in the Spring!

Pūpū A ʻO ʻEwa is going on Winter Break with the rest of the campus, but weʻll be back next semester with exciting new Native Hawaiian-focused writing and arts.  Aloha nui to all of our featured writers and artists and to the Leeward Community College ʻohana for their support and encouragement.  See you in the Spring!
Fishing for Grandma, a personal history by Dave Manu Bird
Moon Surfing, a painting by Mele Mossman
Nani Kauaʻi I Ka Mālie, a photo gallery by Kumu ʻIokepa Badis
The Naming, a short story by Umialiloa Harding
StepHI, a photo collage by Kekai Mar
Ke Ala Hele I Mauna Kea, a mele by Kiaʻi Lee
Kahana Bay, a poem by Katy Darlington
Hū Ka Pele, paintings by Stephanie Loke Schoening
Kā Kamahaʻo Mea Pāʻani, a childrenʻs story written and narrated in ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi by Pōhai Medeiros
Olowalu, photographs by Kahoʻolemana Naone
Birthright, two poems by Aka Rivers
Credits: “Graffiti,” feature photo courtesy of Kalikolehua Hurley