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Teachers’ Dual Credit Woes Reveal Deeper Communication Issue

Andrew Lai, a DC Advanced Speech teacher, said that out of his 90 students, only 27 opted for DC.  Lai has the same expectations for all his students, but unfortunately, only 30% will receive a GPA boost.

Aya Chang, Staff Reporter

November 20, 2017

In February 2017, AP English Language teacher Diana Fontaine compiled a packet of emails from ten concerned teachers, one counselor, and one student regarding the new dual credit (DC) program. These letters were sent to the high school principal, vice principal, and curriculum coordinator. Seven months...

Express Your Appreciation on Campus This November

Maya Kaniaupio, Staff Reporter

November 7, 2017

Once Halloween passes, it’s easy to get caught up in the rush of the holiday season. There are days of anticipation leading up to that endless Thanksgiving buffet, and Christmas starts to take over every aspect of the commercial world. While all enjoy these holidays, many tend to only appreciate these...

Holiday Recipes with Tehya Taylor

Holiday Recipes with Tehya Taylor

Tehya Taylor, Staff Reporter

November 6, 2017

Easy 15-Minute Pumpkin Spice Donuts These pumpkin spice donuts will melt in your mouth! They can be made in minutes and are a perfect treat to whip up for the holidays. Guests love them and they’ll add a spirited sense of joy to any household for the holidays! Ingredients: 2 tbsp. melted butter 3 tbsp. milk ...

Students Set New Record at the October ASKS Blood Drive

Blood drive directors Chara Kekona and Honu Nichols pose in front of the donation station dressed up in their Halloween costumes.

Catherine Jara, Staff Reporter

November 6, 2017

After two days of students donating blood in their holiday attire and Halloween costumes this past spirit week, the October Associated Students of Kamehameha Schools (ASKS) blood drive turned out to be a record-setting one. ASKS partners with Blood Bank of Hawai‘i for their semi-annual blood drive....

Class of 2018 Hosts Senior Lūʻau Fundraiser

Class of 2018 students ʻElia Akaka and Kona Abergas were performing the song Nā Peʻa when members of the Hawaiian Ensemble jumped onstage to join them in dance.  Photo courtesy of Hamilton Keola.

Aya Chang, Staff Reporter

November 6, 2017

On Saturday, October 21, students from the Class of 2018 gathered in Kekūhaupiʻo Gym with their families for the annual Senior Lūʻau. This year’s theme was ʻAʻohe Makani Nāna E Kulaʻi, which translates to No Gust of Wind Can Push Me Over, and was taken from the class’ ʻoli. The lūʻau...

Manaola Hawaii Makes Its Mark At NYC Fashion Week 2017

Manaola Hawaii Makes Its Mark At NYC Fashion Week 2017

Pōlaʻa Yim, Staff Reporter

November 4, 2017

“Anytime you are trying to spread a message, you want to spread the message as far and as wide as you can, so finding something popular like pop culture that involves the arts can speak to the masses. It is inspiring and what was important to me was that I wanted our lāhui to be inspired” says designer...

The New Boarder: Halloween Fiction Writing

Gabrielle Smythe, Staff Reporter

November 3, 2017

It was a week into the school year when best friends Pua and Lily were watching scary movies and eating popcorn on the floor of their dorm room. Although their suite sparkled with christmas lights, and was adorned with polaroid pictures, and DIY bulletin boards, the shadows of the dancing trees and whistle...

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