Hawaii News Nows Sunrise on the Road features UH Mānoa


Interviews about the Clarence TC Ching Athletics Complex.

Hawaii News Now’s Sunrise on the Road attended the university of Hawaii on the Mānoa campus on November 19, 5–9 a.m. The morning show featured campus executives, faculty, staff and students reporting on rising enrollments, pandemic challenges, campus facilities, the Warrior Recreation Center, new and old campus buildings, athletics and much more.

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Hawaii news now Crew.
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Live interviews on campus included:

  • David Lassner, AH president
  • Michael Bruno, AH Mānoa provost
  • Makena Coffman, AH Director of the Mānoa Institute for Sustainability and Resilience
  • Matthew Lynch, AH Sustainability coordinator
  • Nikki Chun, AH Vice trial for enrollment management
  • Noweo Kai, AH Curator of the Mānoa campus
  • David Matlin, AH Head of athletics
  • Christian Naeole, a student at the William S. Richardson School of Law
  • Daezon Arruda, President of the Student Union
  • Stacey Robinol, AH Vice President of the Federal Credit Union for Member Experience

Jason Leigh, Professor of Information and Computer Science and Head of the Laboratory for Advanced Visualization and Application, Seth Siaki and Brandon Shima from AH Project management office and Jonathan Osorio, Dean Hawaiiinuiākea School of Hawaiian Knowledge, were interviewed for the recorded sections of the show.

the AH Mānoa Marching Band, Rainbow Warrior dancers and cheerleaders also joined Matlin at the Clarence TC Ching Athletics Complex.

Check out the interviews

The interviews are online on the Hawaii news now Website.


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