Volume 21, no. 3
From remote Ulithi to Hawai‘i, Max Yarawamai has navigated his way through an extraordinary life
Isle of the Automatons
Moloka‘i is the last place you’d expect to find globally competitive robotics teams. So why are they winning?
Heads Above Water
The University of Hawai‘i’s Sea Level Center monitors the rise and fall of Earth’s oceans—but mostly the rise
The Fun Factory
It was once the hub of Waialua’s sugar industry. Now it’s home to a community of shapers fashioning some of the world’s finest surfboards.
Up the Long Mountain
Freezing lava deserts, altitude sickness and a steaming caldera make the Mauna Loa Trail one of Hawai‘i’s toughest, least attempted and most rewarding treks