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Kids for Kids Club: Shaping the Next Generation

Kids for Kids Club: Shaping the Next Generation

Tehya Taylor, Staff Reporter

September 19, 2017

Years and years ago, “community service” was a consequence for juvenile offenders. Perhaps because the “good” students were generally too busy tending to their rigorous school schedules, to spend their leisure time elsewhere. However, today, more and more students are dedicating their free time...

Making Her Dreams a Reality: One of the Boys

Making Her Dreams a Reality: One of the Boys

Shannon Hussey, Staff Reporter

September 19, 2017

As a newfound kicker on the football team, Leihali‘a Panui believes that without the boys on the team her football career would not have been possible. “The boys on the team are more than just my teammates, they’re my brothers”, said Panui. The overall support of the boys on the football team...

First Female Kicker Since 2009: Experience of a Lifetime

First Female Kicker Since 2009: Experience of a Lifetime

Shannon Hussey, Staff Reporter

September 19, 2017

Defying gender norms has become a reality for senior, Leihali‘a Panui as she becomes the first female football kicker since 2009. Panui is the ASKS Executive Director alongside Honu Nichols and one of the kickers on the varsity football team. “As one of the leaders of the student body, balancing...

Does Silent Lunch Eliminate Freedom of Speech or Teach Discipline?

Does Silent Lunch Eliminate Freedom of Speech or Teach Discipline?

Amber Arima, Staff Reporter

September 19, 2017

During the quarter four of the 2016-2017 school year, seventh graders at Kamehameha Middle School weren’t allowed to talk during lunch. Vice Principal, Mr. Kyle Atabay, initiated this policy due to the disrespect of some students when told to be quiet. Eighth grader, Liliana Ciraulo, said, “I felt...

2012 Graduate Zeke Lau Uses WSL Championship Tour to Promote Hawaiian Culture

2012 Graduate Zeke Lau Uses WSL Championship Tour to Promote Hawaiian Culture

Nick Wong, Online Editor

September 19, 2017

The arrival of the winter swells at Oʻahu’s North Shore marks the seasonal transition from Kau (the dry season) to Hoʻoilo (the wet season). To celebrate the changing of the seasons and a new calendar year in native Hawaiian culture comes Makahiki, a season of peace, harvest, sport, and play. As...

Cat & Dog Huggers Members Donate to SPCA of Texas to Help Hurricane Harvey Victims

Cat & Dog Huggers Members Donate to SPCA of Texas to Help Hurricane Harvey Victims

Aya Chang, Staff Reporter

September 19, 2017

Hurricane Harvey, which has left Texas in shambles after first making landfall exactly one month ago, is estimated to have left thousands of pets stranded or displaced. KS Cat & Dog Huggers club members joined in the nationwide effort to help these animals by donating to the Society for the Prevention...

Warriors Remain Confident Going into Punahou Game

Warriors Remain Confident Going into Punahou Game

Marc Holmberg, Emma Cornelison, Keanu Rowe, Clay Ah Soon, JP Newmann, and Nick Wong

September 8, 2017

Last Friday’s football game against Saint Louis showed that there is still room for improvement for our Warriors. With many players out due to injury, both the offense and defense struggled against the second ranked St. Louis team. Despite the disappointing score, prior successes from pre-season...

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