Today we toured Leeward Community College (LCC) and UH West O’ahu (UHWO). The first tour started at LCC’s Pearl City campus. We walked the campus and learned about the different places to hang out and places where we can study, and also where we can go to help beef up our resume -- all at the Halau ‘Ike O Pu’uloa, the Native Hawaiian Student Support program. I also learned that we can have study groups in our own room. A topic that was discussed was about there Hawaiian culture classes. I learned that we can learn how to make mats, baskets and etc.. This is important because it is a good skill to learn. Next we went to UHWO in Kapolei. We went to their Student Organic Garden where we learned about how they built the hale out of natural materials like stones, wood, and thatching. It took them 21 days to build this Hale. A topic that was discussed by Dr. Albie Miles was a program about sustainability that we could join as students. This is important knowledge because I would want to join this program to be more sustainable.