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Mayor Kirk Caldwell as of last week Monday, imposed a mandatory mask wearing ordinance to help combat the COVID-19

Living in a Pandemic Prompts Penelope Owen to Make Masks

Zaysha Akina-Mahoe, Staff Reporter April 30, 2020

While many are shuffling to find and buy masks, Penelope Owen constructs her own and encourages the public to learn and make their masks. Beginning this Monday, April 20, Kirk Caldwell, the mayor of Honolulu,...

Here is a picture of Aloha stadium fully maxed out due to rental cars

Corona Resolves Traffic

Lisa Hopoi, Staff Reporter April 30, 2020

There are many changes happening due to pandemic COVID-19. One main change that we see in Hawaii, is the lack of traffic. Oʻahu has a population of approximately 953,207 people which may become a bit...

Governors across the nation have begun efforts to reopen their states regardless if there has been a decline in their total COVID-19 cases.

America Needs to Stay in Quarantine Longer

Joby Lum, Website/Technology Director April 30, 2020

As of April 26th, there have been 957,875 confirmed cases of COVID-19  in the United States and a total of 53,922 deaths according to a report from the Centers for Disease Control. Most states havenʻt...

On this issue of Mahea Attempts to Think Deeply, it goes over the COVID-19 Quarantine

Mahea Attempts to Think Deeply: Quarantine Edition

Mahealani Deenik, Staff Reporter April 28, 2020

I wake up to the sounds of birds chirping loudly and the occasional zooming of cars passing the back of my house. It’s usually mid-morning or on the cusp of noon, so the sun is up, and the day has started...

Kamehameha FLIK workers helping out in the community.

Acts of Kindness Through Food

Kiersty McKee, Staff Reporter April 27, 2020

In this time of hardship, people throughout the state of Hawaiʻi are reaching out to the community and providing families with food. On Hawaiian Homestead lands in Papakōlea, there have been various...

Social media trends, such as the Whipped coffee trend have become a way for people to cure their boredom.

Bored in Quarantine: Trends on Social Media Take Over the Internet

Kiana Kalahele, Staff Reporter April 26, 2020

Due to most of the world population being cramped within their homes because of Covid-19, an influx of challenges and activities have popped up all over the internet in order keep everyone busy and entertained. These...

Showcasing the controllers and console of a few popular gaming platforms (excluding PC and mobile).

Video Games Providing a Safe Social Space During Times of Stressful Social-Distancing.

Holly Ikeda, Staff Reporter April 25, 2020

Whether it is a single-player game or a multiplayer game or you are new to games or not, videogames are a great way to pass time and avoid the mental strain of our current situation. Countless hours...

University of Hawaii at Mānoa has extended their application deadline to August 1, 2020 for the Fall 2020 semester

COVID-19 Creates Challenges For College Decisions

Mahina Kameenui-Becker, Staff Reporter April 24, 2020

As the academic year comes to a close, many high school seniors still have important decisions to make about their futures. National College Decision Day is approaching on May 1, a day in which those who...

With all in-school education now closed, school superintendent Christine Kishimoto speaks about how the Department of Education is pursuing different approaches to student learning

Students Finish the School Year Through Distance Learning

Gisele Bisch, Staff Reporter April 23, 2020

As three weeks have come to pass since the issued stay-at-home order, the DOE has announced that all schools are closed for the remainder of the school year, which is May 28th. Joining the rest of the...

Theft has increased this year and so has the value of items stolen.

The Rise in Theft on Campus

Joby Lum, Website/Technology Director April 22, 2020

A problem that is growing in frequency and severity on campus is theft. Compared to last year, there has been an uptick in the frequency of people having their property stolen. Theft has escalated to the...

The Kamehameha Schools Emergency Pamphlet contains procedure for teacher and faculty to refer to in the event of an emergency on campus.

Are We Prepared For A Disaster?

Joby Lum, Website/Technology Director April 21, 2020

In recent years, disasters like wildfires, earthquakes, active shooters, etc, are occurring at a frequent rate across the world. Disaster can strike at any time and can be man-made or natural. The Kamehameha...

The line between what’s “masculine” and what’s “feminine” is continuously getting blurrier. It is time that we start to make change.

A More Inclusive Future For Kamehameha

Taylor Cozloff, Editor-in-chief April 20, 2020

The line between what’s “masculine” and what’s “feminine” is continuously getting blurrier. Because of my generation’s rapid acceptance of all peoples, our society has changed greatly. One...

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