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Letter to the Editor: Get TMT off of Mauna Kea

Chaslyn Kuieʻe, Editorial Submission

September 19, 2019

The issue on Mauna Kea is one that invokes a person to see past a Western perspective. The argument on this issue is one that may be seen as culture opposing science, but you’ll realize that the matter is much more than that if you were willing to dig deeper into the true history of Hawai’i. Time...

Blind Hawaiians Club

Blind Hawaiians Club

Joby Lum, Website/Tech Director

September 18, 2019

The Blind Hawaiians is a social club for the students, faculty, and staff of the Kamehameha Schools Kapālama campus. We regularly engage in and sponsor political, philosophical, and intellectual discussion to foster growth and progress in the Native Hawaiian community by means of looking outwards int...

Kids 4 Kids Club

Kids 4 Kids Club

Joby Lum, Website/Tech Director

September 18, 2019

Do you love working with kids? Then this club is perfect for you! The Kids 4 Kids club is a club that focuses on cultivating our future lāhui. This school year, we plan to participate in several activities where we work with the younger generations in various ways, such as visiting our elementary campus,...

Thinking far Beyond the Summit of Mauna Kea

Thinking far Beyond the Summit of Mauna Kea

Elijah Lee, Editorial Submission

September 17, 2019

The situation atop Mauna Kea is quite the scene. In many ways, it is a beacon of firm solidarity and an invocation of our Constitutional right to peacefully assemble. In many ways, it is a symbol of hope for progress and innovation, a place of discovery and understanding. There’s a lot that this location...

Ka Moi Issue FEBRUARY 2019

Ka Moi Staff

September 3, 2019

To view the issue, please click on the link below. You will be redirected to the PDF version of the issue.   Ka Moi issue 3_Feb. 2019

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