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Hawaiian Issues

Hawaiian Issues -. 2002. Political Review of French Polynesia. The Contemporary Pacific 14:213­219. the Hawaiian-preference admissions policy of the Kamehameha Schools-- in particular, the Arakaki v Lingle, Mohica-Cummings v Kamehameha Schools, and Doe v Kamehameha cases. Since the march, the MohicaCummings case has been settled out of court, allowing the student in question to stay at the school provided he remain in good standing. The Kamehameha Schools prevailed in the Doe case. In Arakaki v Lingle, the courts ruled that the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, a US federal agency, could not be included in the litigation; the case is still pending. `Ïlio`ulaokalani was planning another Kü i Ka Pono march for 6 September 2004, the one-year anniversary of the original march. But this time, one man would be noticeably absent from the ranks of marchers. As a result of a controversial decision by the University of Hawai`i Board of Regents, Evan Dobelle was unceremoniously fired from his position as the university's president. Evan Dobelle came to Hawai`i with a substantial reputation for enacting change and reinvigorating stagnating institutions. Born in Washington, Dobelle earned his bachelor's, master's, and PhD degrees from the University of Massachusetts and an additional master's in http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

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-. 2002. Political Review of French Polynesia. The Contemporary Pacific 14:213­219. the Hawaiian-preference admissions policy of the Kamehameha Schools-- in particular, the Arakaki v Lingle, Mohica-Cummings v Kamehameha Schools, and Doe v Kamehameha cases. Since the march, the MohicaCummings case has been settled out of court, allowing the student in question to stay at the school provided he remain in good standing. The Kamehameha Schools prevailed in the Doe case. In Arakaki v Lingle, the courts ruled that the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, a US federal agency, could not be included in the litigation; the case is still pending. `Ïlio`ulaokalani was planning another Kü i Ka Pono march for 6 September 2004, the one-year anniversary of the original march. But this time, one man would be noticeably absent from the ranks of marchers. As a result of a controversial decision by the University of Hawai`i Board of Regents, Evan Dobelle was unceremoniously fired from his position as the university's president. Evan Dobelle came to Hawai`i with a substantial reputation for enacting change and reinvigorating stagnating institutions. Born in Washington, Dobelle earned his bachelor's, master's, and PhD degrees from the University of Massachusetts and an additional master's in

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The Contemporary PacificUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Jan 27, 2005

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