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The Super Bowl LVII took place in Glendale, Arizona, where the Kansas City Chiefs took the win.

Super Bowl LVII Recap

Alexis Torres, Staff Reporter February 24, 2023

In one of the more exciting super bowls to be played, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes won his second Super Bowl MVP award by leading the Kansas City Chiefs to a 38-35 win over...

Picture of Washington State University campus

KS Graduate Talks Idaho Murder Case

Courtney Mann, Staff Reporter February 23, 2023

Early morning of Nov. 13, around 4 a.m., the University of Idaho students Ethan Chapin, Xana Kernodle, Madison Mogen, and Kaylee Goncalves were brutally murdered in their six-bedroom house not far from...

Images from different Moore Aloha day camps, where participants enjoy a variety of bonding activities with each other.

Opportunities for Students at Non-Profit, Moore Aloha

Bella Steinke, Co-editor February 22, 2023

Moore Aloha Charitable Foundation is a 501C3 non-profit organization, founded by professional surfer and Olympic gold medalist, Carissa Moore. Using surfing as a platform to build an ʻohana of compassionate,...

Kamehameha Kapālama’s Varsity Wāhine flashed a smile as they took first place for the Varsity Girls Final at the Paddling State Championship regatta on February 4th, 2023.

KSK Girl’s Varsity Team Secure State Victory

Terina Garcia, Staff Reporter February 15, 2023

Over the stormy weekend of Feb. 4 and 5, Kamehameha Kapālama’s Varsity Girls Paddling team took home the victory in the HHSAA State Championship, which was held at Keehi Lagoon on Saturday. Schools...

Lack of sleep and school start times affect teenage students’ productivity during the school day.

Sleeping and Its Importance for High Schoolers

Auliʻi Anuenue Medeiros, Staff Reporter February 13, 2023

Here at KS, students start school at 7:40 a.m. every weekday, but everyone’s day begins earlier than that when you consider the time it takes to get ready and get to school. Although this early start...

Picture of Kamehameha Schools Kapalāma Puna Gate.

Leaving Campus Early Promotes Efficiency

Kanoa Leong, Staff Reporter February 7, 2023

For many students attending KS Kapalama, one of the most important facets of their lives is their ability to drive to and from school. Each morning, numerous students make their daily commutes to school...

Since 2020, Canvas has become the universal learning platform for haumāna and kumu alike.

Is Canvas Suitable for Students and Teachers?

Paris Kekua, Staff Reporter February 3, 2023

The new platform for students and teachers were digitally introduced in the year 2020, functioning as the replacement for Google Classroom–a place where teachers post assignments and where students turn...

Euphoria’s season three has been renewed on HBO Max, and audiences are expecting it to release this year.

Romanticization or Relatability? Mental Illness in Television

Bella Steinke, Co-editor February 2, 2023

While there is undeniable beauty in pure, raw emotion, which when depicted on the big screen, can act as meaningful representation for mentally ill individuals, ultimately, the question arises: are viewers...

Picture of Womens Empowerment Club members.

Club Feature: Women’s Empowerment Club

Courtney Mann, Staff Reporter February 1, 2023

The Women’s Empowerment Club at Kamehameha Schools, established by Emi Shigekane, was created to “provide a safe and empowering space for students while giving them a platform to advocate for gender...

Wireless headphones are the newest craze, providing users with both comfort and style while listening to music.

Wireless Headphones Are the Newest Craze

Terina Garcia, Staff Reporter January 31, 2023

If you have perused through social media lately or simply taken a stroll down the street, you’ve probably taken notice of the growing popularity surrounding wireless headphones. You may be thinking,...

Posters of the new science electives can be found around campus.

Course Catalog Expands to Add New Science Classes

Logan Houghtailing, Editor in Chief January 30, 2023

With a wider array of options than ever before, high school haumāna can anticipate more academic opportunities better tailored to their interests.  The newly revamped course catalog for the 2023-2024...

The Smith office is named after William O. Smith, an American missionary who helped overthrow the Hawaiian government.

Changing the Name of Smith Office

Courtney Mann, Staff Reporter January 27, 2023

There are a lot of controversies surrounding the topic of changing the name of the Smith office at the Kamehameha Schools Kapālama campus. The current name, Smith, is named after William O. Smith, who...

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