University of Hawaii journalism students (School of Communications) have launched a brand new online news site called Ho’a O’ahu introducing it to the community with a feature story investigating pesticide use on Oahu’s north shore farms. According to the website, Ho‘a is the Hawaiian word for ignite and their motto is to ignite voices and provide impactful content relevant to young adults on Oahu. But it seems like the introductory feature on pesticide use is something that affects all of that live on Oahu. They have written the feature from varied angles, so you understand it from the point of view of different perspectives or voices in the community. To read the full story, click here.
The School of Communications at University of Hawaii is the center for academic and professional scholarship through the broad areas of communication and journalism. According to their website “The mission of the School of Communications is to be the primary resource for the people of Hawai’i through an integrated program of excellence in teaching, research and application, to meet the challenges and opportunities of communication and journalism in the emerging technological, multicultural, and international context of the twenty-first century.”
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