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  • Hōkūleʻa Captain Honors Lacy Veach ’62

    Rachel Breitweser ’03
    Posted April 20, 2016

    Nainoa Thompson ’72, president of the Polynesian Voyaging Society, commemorated “friend and hero,” the late astronaut Charles Lacy Veach ’62, during a special ceremony April 6, 2016. Thompson acknowledges Veach for planting the seed which inspired the Worldwide Voyage.

  • The collaboration of Hawaiʻiʻs private and public schools brought together educators to lead and facilitate Mālama Honua lessons for Waʻa Talks in Cape Town.  (con.)

    Faculty Greet Hōkūleʻa Halfway Across the World

    Punahou Communications Staff
    Posted December 2, 2015

    As part of the Mālama Kumu program, six Punahou educators traveled to meet up with Hōkūlea and its crew in South Africa. The visit to Cape Town marked the halfway point of the Worldwide Voyage, an important stop in Hōkūlea’s journey. The small group of teachers joined a larger group of 60 people, 30 with the Mālama Honua Education Team and an additional 30 with the Polynesian Voyaging Society Hawai'i delegation.

  • Punahou Connects with Worldwide Voyage in New York

    Camila Chaudron ’08
    Posted May 29, 2015

    Leaders from the Polynesian Voyaging Society and the Worldwide Voyage recently convened in New York City to prepare for Hōkūle‘a’s arrival in June of 2016, and Punahou educators and alumni were well-represented among the supporters.

  • Hokule‘a Crew Welcomed Back Home to Punahou

    Camila Chaudron '08
    Posted October 28, 2014

    “Thank you for being here to welcome us home,” said Nainoa Thompson ’72, president of the Polynesian Voyaging Society, to a group of Punahou faculty and staff.

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