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H OW T O S U B M I T It takes only a few minutes to write about the need for greater transparency from the UH Mānoa administration.

T E M P L AT E To: Senate Special Committee on Accountability Sen. Donna Mercado Kim, Chair Sen. Jill N. Tokuda, Vice Chair Re: Oversight and Accountability of UH System Subject: My name is [insert name], a [insert class standing] majoring in [insert major]. I am emailing the committee to express my displeasure over the missing $200,000 in athletics funds. As a student, I ask that we hold the administrators of UH Mānoa and the UH System to the same standards that are demanded of us. Sincerely, [Insert name]

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Ka Leo will also be reporting and live-streaming the informational briefing. Go to kaleo.org on the day of the hearing to watch it online, or meet us in person at the State Capitol Conference Room 211 to watch it in-person.

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This may finally be the time when University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa administrators are held accountable for their actions.

On Monday, Sept. 24 at 1 p.m., the Hawai‘i State Senate will hold a special hearing to look into the Stevie Wonder concert incident – and scrutinize UH’s fiscal and management policies as a whole. UH System President M.R.C. Greenwood and Board of Regents Chair Eric Martinson are among the officials expected to testify before the legislature. Students, now is the time to speak up. We deser ve better – but we also need to earn it. We cannot depend on UH’s administration to fi x its problems on its own. We cannot expect state senators to read the minds of the student body. The only way that our interests as students will be represented at this hearing is if we, the students, speak on our own behalf. By submitting testimony to the legislature, we can ensure that our voices are part of this larger conversation. It may not seem like a lot, but this is the first step to effect change.

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ADVERTISING E-mail advertising@kaleo.org Ad Manager Regina Zabanal Marketing Director Reece Farinas PR Coordinator Samantha Court Ka Leo O Hawai‘i is the campus newspaper of the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. It is published by the Board of Publications three times a week except on holidays and during exam periods. Circulation is 10,000. Ka Leo is also published once a week during summer sessions with a circulation of 5,000. Ka Leo is funded by student fees and advertising. Its editorial content reflects only the views of its writers, reporters, columnists and editors, who are solely responsible for its content. No material that appears in Ka Leo may be reprinted or republished in any medium without permission. The first newsstand copy is free; for additional copies, please visit Ka Leo. Subscription rates are $50 for one semester and $85 for one year. ©2012 Board of Publications. ADMINISTRATION The Board of Publications, a student organization chartered by the University of Hawai‘i Board of Regents, publishes Ka Leo O Hawai‘i. Issues or concerns can be reported to the board (Susan Lin, chair; Kara McManus, vice chair; or Esther Fung, treasurer) via bop@hawaii.edu. Visit www.kaleo.org/board_of_publications

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K IM CLARK News Editor During October, the University of Hawai‘i Information Security Team will host five weekly broadcast presentations to promote National Cyber Security Awareness Month. The broadcast presentations will begin Oct. 4 and will coincide with a Facebook contest titled “Are you Cyber S.M.A.R.T.?” The presentations are meant to educate faculty, staff and students about how to be secure. “There are always new ways that people are thinking of to get information out of you without you realizing it,” Information Technology Services communications officer Larry Wiss said. “And so students, just like everybody else, are susceptible to those new ways.”

WAT C H A N D W I N Those at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa can attend the presentations in Kuykendall Hall 201 or watch them at a later time at uhtv.its.hawaii.edu/ ncam. The presentations will also be broadcast through the Hawai‘i Interactive Video Service to other UH campuses. After watching the presentation, viewers can go to facebook. com/uhinfosec, answer a question about the video and “like” the page. This will enter participants in a weekly drawing for a $15 iTunes gift card. In the week following the presentations, viewers can enter to win a $25 iTunes gift card by answering questions about the previous weeks.

In the past, IT S has hosted presentations and speakers, but this is the first year it has done a series of broadcasts or sponsored a contest. “ The security team itself at the university is really keying in on keeping ever ybody informed,” Wiss said.

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The presentations will have different themes each week and will look at topics ranging from keeping credit card information safe to getting rid of devices. “Something that our first week is going to cover and something a lot of people don’t think about is when you dispose of information,” information security specialist Taylor Summers said. “If you dispose of a laptop, a phone, they all contain data, so the first week will be all about destruction.” Wiss and Summers said they think passwords pose the biggest cyber security threat to students. “It’s very important that people change their passwords often, create strong passwords, and just don’t share them.” Wiss said.

Presentation Schedule Secure Information Destruction: Oct. 4, 10:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. Management and Storage of Sensitive Information: Oct. 8, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Avoid Identity Theft: Oct. 19, 12 p.m.-1 p.m. Responsible Computing Practices: Oct. 22, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Think Before You Click: Oct. 31, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.


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‘The Giver’: from page to stage

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Dann Seki, who plays the Giver, previously appeared in the Outreach College’s 2012 production of “Father Damien.” NICOLYN C HARLOT Contributing Writer

Kennedy Theatre’s fi rst Main Stage performance of the season, “The Giver,” opens this Friday, Sept. 21. The play is based on the novel by Newbery Award-winning children’s author Lois Lowry and adapted by Eric Coble. The play focuses on Jonas (Alex Munro, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa MFA directing candidate), a 12-year-old boy living in a world where societal positions are assigned and suffering doesn’t exist. Jonas is told that his duty is to become The Receiver of Memory, the person responsible for the community’s history. He is mentored by The Giver (Dann Seki, UH Mānoa alumnus), who “gives” him memories of suffering and happiness that no longer have a place in their world. These memories, combined with knowledge that The Giver offers, present Jonas with difficult decisions to make – with deadly consequences.

NOT JUST FOR CHILDREN According to director Mark Branner, an assistant professor in the department of theatre and dance, there has been an outpouring of interest from local schools that want to see the show. “The Giver” is read by students in middle and high school, so many

teachers and students are excited to see an adaptation on stage. But Branner doesn’t think this show is just for young people and educators. He said there are “deep themes that resonate with people across an age spectrum.” Even though he has seen it countless times, he is still engrossed by the plot and continues to find new hidden depths within it. “This is a play, for me, that has a lot to do with wisdom …” Branner said. “It’s really quite a beautiful show in a way that’s different.”

RAISING QUESTIONS Munro and Seki are also thrilled about the production. Munro fi nds playing the role of Jonas deceptive and challenging because his character has to adhere to the rules of the village rather than those of normal society. He enjoys playing a 12-year-old amazed at a new world of memories, but he also appreciates the story’s deeper side. “It’s one of the fi rst heavy books that you get to read,” Munro said. “‘The Giver’ really just stands out because it has some fantastic twists … It asks some questions about how to live in a society.” Seki, a veteran stage actor, is impressed by some of the younger performers’ skills. “I have really enjoyed working with an energetic younger group of performers … I have been pleasantly surprised

at the maturity and the discipline [of these actors],” Seki said. As for the story itself, he said it “sucks you in,” and that he “would hope that [the audience] would walk out with questions, with discussions that go on afterwards.” Seki recommends not reading the book before going to see the show, as it will be more meaningful to view without previous knowledge. Munro added that viewers should come to the show “ready to be amazed,” adding that “it has heavy moments … from the moment you walk in … you should be pretty surprised at how quickly you become involved in the world we’re creating for you.”

‘The Giver’ When: Friday, Sept. 21, Saturday, Sept. 22, Friday, Sept. 28 and Saturday, Sept. 29; 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, Sept. 30; 2 p.m. Where: Kennedy Theatre, 1770 East-West Road Cost: $20 regular admission; $5 UH Mānoa students with a validated ID; $18 UH faculty/staff, seniors and military Contact: hawaii.edu/kennedy/2012/giver For opening night, attendees will be able to buy two tickets for the price of one. This show is recommended for audiences eight years or older.

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Hawai‘i seeks new adventure MARC A RAKAKI Sports Editor It’s a week of firsts for the Rainbow Wahine volleyball team. No. 7 Hawai‘i (7-2) will embark on its fi rst road trip of the season as well as its fi rst go around in the Big West Conference since 1995. “The focus now is our fi rst road trip and it happens to be against maybe the best team in the conference,” head coach Dave Shoji said. The ‘Bows play at Cal-State Northridge today at 4 p.m. HST. The Matadors are 9 -3 and they defeated Pac-12 member Arizona earlier in the season. “They’re a solid ball club,” Shoji said. “They’ve got good middles and a balanced attack.”

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that playing all of its conference road games in California will help to conserve energy. In its last 16 years in the Western Athletic Conference, Hawai‘i played in cities like Ruston, La., Moscow, Idaho, and Las Cruces, NM. “[Road trips will be] a lot easier,” Shoji said. “Our bus rides will be 45 minutes instead of four hours.” More specifically, it’s 822 miles from CSUN to UCR and 422 miles from UCR to CSF. “It’s nice just being in one areaa for the whole week and not having g to move too much,” junior libero o Alyssa Longo said. “It’s alwayss difficult [to play in back-to-back k days]. The turnaround is alwayss the hardest part, but I think it’ss really going to challenge us thiss week and make sure that we’re e mentally ready to go.” For senior defensive spee cialist Emily Maeda, the newwcomers on road trips have a lott to get accustomed to. “ Traveling does take a toll on your body so make sure you rest, eat well and focus,” Maeda said.

“Just because we’re not in Hawai‘i, doesn’t mean we can have a different state of separation. We always have to do the same things that we would do at home. “Dave [Shoji] was saying earlier that he doesn’t think we’re a good road team, so we really want to bring that focus and determination on the road.” Follow us on Twitter @kaleosports for updates on all Hawai‘i road matches.

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