Leeward Community College News
Browse past news stories for Leeward Community College in Pearl City, HI.
- HART: ‘This Is The Year’ For Limited Rail Passenger Service
“This is the year that HART will have the system ready, ready to ride,” Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation Executive Director Andrew Robbins told reporters ...
- New Leeward CC chancellor started success studying at community college
Images of Simon Bolivar adorn new Leeward Community College Chancellor Carlos Peñaloza’s office. The South American hero is a ...
- Leeward Community College Selected for National Pilot Project - UH System Current News
The U.S. Department of Education invited Leeward Community College (Leeward CC) to be one of only 44 postsecondary institutions nationwide to participate in an experiment that â€“ for t ...
- The Pearl restaurant opens for lunch at Leeward Community College - KHON2
The Pearl, a fine-dining restaurant at Leeward Community College, will open its doors to diners next week. The restaurant will be open Thursday, Jan. 21 through Friday, A ...
- New TV production course offered at Leeward Community College - UH System Current News
Leeward Community College will offer a new course for fall 2015, Directing Actors for the Studio. The course will provide an in-depth exploration of the creative capabilities (tec ...
- Leeward Community College to host Hawaii Small Business Fair - Hawaii News Now
The morning will open in the Leeward CC Theatre with a Secret to Success presentation featuring Wayne and Laurie Nunez, founders of Showcase Hawaii Productions, ...
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