UH Could Replace Teaching Farm in Manoa with Faculty Housing

·By Cynthia Thurlow

Cynthia Thurlow for Civil Beat

Part of the problem: UH hasn’t been enforcing its own faculty housing time limits.

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Cynthia Thurlow

Cynthia Thurlow is an intern for Honolulu Civil Beat, and a journalism student at the University of Hawai`i at Manoa. Her articles are aimed at informing her readers and sparking discussions around a broad area of topics. She enrolled at the Manoa campus after receiving her A.A. in Liberal Arts (focus on writing) from Kapiolani Community College, where she served as a writer and copy editor for the Kapi`o student newspaper and as a writer, photographer and editor of the Spectrum student journal, where she had overall responsibility for the journal’s content. She has had freelance articles published in the Honolulu Advertiser, and she is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists.
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