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KSK Band Members Participate in The 90th Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

KSK Band Members Participate in The 90th Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

Camryn Chinen, Staff Reporter

December 5, 2016

The Kamehameha Schools Marching Band, in addition to other local school bands, participated in the 90th annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York this year. Around 600 hula dancers and band members were chosen from different islands to come together as the Na Koa Ali‘i Hawai‘i All-State...

Thanksgiving Passes, But Being Thankful Hasn’t

Thanksgiving Passes, But Being Thankful Hasn’t

Chase Rhinelander, Staff Reporter

December 5, 2016

Thanksgiving is a holiday for food, family, and friends. Students elaborated on how they spent their four days off of school with some very interesting stories. Everything from heart pounding football games, to the “cherreh” parties, and even the Netflix marathons that occurred during the festiv...

Is The Class of 2018 Ready to Become Alumni?

Is The Class of 2018 Ready to Become Alumni?

Sydnee Valdez, Staff Reporter

December 4, 2016

As the first semester of junior year seems to fly by, students of the class of 2018 shed a few tears at the sight of their class ring. On November 3, the class met in the auditorium for the ring blessing ceremony led by Kahu Cordell. Starting off the ceremony, the class chanted their oli, their vo...

End Of JV Tennis Season

End Of JV Tennis Season

Pōlaʻa Yim, Staff Reporter

December 4, 2016

As first quarter came flying by, so did this years JV Girls Tennis season. This season has been a very eventful one with just about 20 players participating this season. Coached by Randall Shin, these young ladies were able to rank 4th place overall against all other particaipating ILH schools. It was a great sea...

Sinister Clown Craze Takes Nation By Storm

Sinister Clown Craze Takes Nation By Storm

Shannon Hussey, Staff Reporter

December 4, 2016

Reports are surfacing from multiple states of the “clown craze” that has caused nation-wide panic. These “clowns” have been known to attempt to lure children and women into the woods. The first “sighting” of the clowns was in Greenville, California, where a woman reported that her son had...

Native Hawaiian Artist Displays His Work On Campus

Native Hawaiian Artist Displays His Work On Campus

Aliyah Washington, Staff Reporter

December 4, 2016

Speaking on his culturally progressive art piece in Midkiff, Solomon Enos described the kaona or hidden meaning behind “A Battle of Narratives ” on campus last month. English teachers across the highschool campus worked together to invite Enos to dicuss his artwork on September 15, during the lunch...

Students Serve Breast Cancer Survivors

Students Serve Breast Cancer Survivors

Hamilton Keola, Staff Reporter

December 3, 2016

A few juniors from the Kamehameha Schools Kapālama KEY Club and National Honors Society volunteered at the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. Meeting up at 6 a.m. in Kapiolani park, students worked in the survivor’s tent greeting 5k finishers with ribbon leis and healthy snacks until 9 a.m.  Students...

Ka Makana Aliʻi: A New Mall For West Oʻahu Residents

Ka Makana Aliʻi: A New Mall For West Oʻahu Residents

Jherica Raposa, Staff Reporter

December 3, 2016

Ka Makana Aliʻi, a new shopping mall, officially opened on Friday October 21, 2016 in Kapolei. Ka Makana Aliʻi is said to be 1.4 million-square feet, upon its future completion,  making it the second largest shopping complex on O’ahu behind Ala Moana shopping center. The mall will eventually fe...

Finding Healthy Alternatives

Finding Healthy Alternatives

December 3, 2016

When most people think of the words “Healthy Eating” it is common for many to automatically think about flavorless salads, productsʻ staggering prices, and the inconvenience that it may cause. However, a healthy diet is the first step to a long and happy life. According to a Harvard Public Health arti...

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