The News Site of Kamehameha Schools Kapālama

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The News Site of Kamehameha Schools Kapālama

Ka Mō'ī

The News Site of Kamehameha Schools Kapālama

Ka Mō'ī

AI essay, a bad art teacher

AI Anonymous April 30, 2024

Art education is a crucial component of a well-rounded education, providing students with the opportunity to express herselves creatively. develop critical thinking skills, and cultivate an appreciation...

My AI Art Teacher Sucks

Vincent Hazen, A.I. Guest April 30, 2024

AI does not threaten studio art teaching positions; not until robots can throw pots on the wheel or conceive and execute original works of art. AI provides sophisticated searches (text or image); and when...

TikTok Made Me Buy It

Mahina Tahere, Reporter February 12, 2024

             With the rise of social media activity in the past couple of years, people all around the world have rushed to buy their Stanley Cups, gua sha face rollers, bucket hats, Ugg minis,...

Fahrenheit 68-72

Fahrenheit 68-72

Noah Brooks (ʻOhu), Reporter February 8, 2024

Libraries should be of utmost importance and ensure that their books will be taken care of. In my sophomore year, I took a class called Library Services. During registration the previous year I didn't...

Demonstrate Your Feat!

Demonstrate Your Feat!

Paris Kekua, Editor-in-Chief February 8, 2024

I am Paris Kekua, class of 2024, and I joined the Kamehameha Schools-Kapālama wrestling team in my senior year of high school. I learned the inner workings of wrestling, how our school handles the wrestling...

The two small student bathrooms located in Kekūanaoʻa.

Will the Bathrooms Ever be Renovated

Paul Aguzar-Taitague, Reporter February 7, 2024

As the school year has progressed, students have most definitely seen the many improvements made to our campus. From the construction of the many solar-powered benches students cannot only have a shaded...

Are Stanley Cups Actually Worth the Hype?

Are Stanley Cups “Actually” Worth the Hype?

Leināʻala Wong, Reporter February 7, 2024

As a victim of mainstream trends, I have become a Stanley Cup owner and can confidently say these products are overhyped. Even though Stanley Cups have been in supply since 2016, it wasn't until last...

Gasson Hall stands tall at Boston College.

Poʻo Kula Scholarship Cultivates College Elitism

Christian Nakihei, Reporter February 7, 2024

For many students at Kamehameha, including myself, the drive to apply to selective institutions stems from the idea of elitism and a myth that our lives can be defined by a single letter. With the addition...

ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi Niʻihau

ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi Niʻihau

Kaʻie Naboa-Cordy, Reporter February 7, 2024

This month we are celebrating Mahina ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi, but were you aware that there is more than one way to speak ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi? This past month I was fortunate to travel to Kauaʻi with my Makahiki...

Hush, Hush... Trustee Selection Process to Change in the Future?

Hush, Hush… Trustee Selection Process to Change in the Future?

Leināʻala Wong, Reporter January 29, 2024

Since the opening of Kamehameha Schools Kapalama, trustees have been elected to govern the school, providing the “strategic direction and focus necessary to fulfill and sustain the vision,...

Boston College’s Hall gracefully pierces the sky.

Kamehameha Touts Higher Education Elitism

Christian Nakihei, Reporter January 29, 2024

As early letters of decision role in for the senior class, it is vital to acknowledge the institution of elitism at Kamehameha that pushes our high-flying warriors into these highly selective schools. The...

The Realities of Community Service

The Realities of Community Service

Kaʻie Naboa-Cordy, Reporter January 28, 2024

At Kamehameha Schools, a lot of things rely on community service hours. As a senior, community service looks excellent on your college applications, when applying for scholarships, most of the scholarships...

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