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The News Site of Kamehameha Schools Kapālama

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The News Site of Kamehameha Schools Kapālama

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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...

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...

Do Social Media Benefits Outweigh the Consequences?

Do Social Media Benefits Outweigh the Consequences?

Auliʻi Anuenue Medeiros, Staff Reporter January 25, 2023

Instagram, TikTok, Snapchat, YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook. These are all popular social media platforms that many of us either use or are familiar with. But is that necessarily a good thing? About...

Is Black Friday Shopping a Steal or a Scam?

Auliʻi Anuenue Medeiros January 18, 2023

Twenty percent off? Thirty? Maybe fifty? How much of a sale is enough for you to spend your money on a product? For most people, the answer to that question doesn’t matter if they see the words “Black...

Listening to music serves as a stress reliever for many.

Music Therapy Helps to Combat Stress

Courtney Mann, Staff Reporter January 17, 2023

There is no doubt in my mind that music possesses a strong element to combat stress, and with the second half of the school year having just started for students, music is exactly what so many need. Music...

High schoolers participate in frequent running-checkpoints at the KS track.

PE or No PE?

Kanoa Leong, Staff Reporter January 9, 2023

For many years, the Kamehameha Schools Physical Education program has held a reputation for being one of the most rigorous programs around. And rightfully so; seven semesters of PE in one high school career...

Why the Most Common College Question Is the Most Difficult to Answer

Courtney Mann, Staff Reporter December 9, 2022

“What do you want to major in, and why?” For 20 to 50 percent of high schoolers who go into college as “undecided” in terms of their major, this question poses some conflict among students who...

The Ivy League is made up of eight top-tier universities: Princeton, Harvard, Columbia, Yale, Brown, Dartmouth, Cornell and University of Pennsylvania.

Ivy Leagues: Apply or Deny?

Terina Garcia, Staff Reporter December 9, 2022

College decision season is approaching–and fast. Many seniors around the world are somewhere in between the process of applying and getting into college, and are feeling the growing stress of awaiting...

The Pauahi Foundation offers over 140 scholarships for students islandwide.

The Need to Expand Scholarship Range

Logan Houghtailing, Editor in Chief December 2, 2022

With the average cost of tuition being $35,551 per student per year in the United States, scholarships serve as a lifeline for those pursuing higher education. However, not all scholarships are created...

Starbucks holiday drinks are available for a limited time only.

Sleigh It Ain’t So! Starbucks’ Holiday Specials Have Finally Arrived!

Terina Garcia, Staff Reporter December 1, 2022

It’s tiiiimmmeeee! Ladies and gentlemen, the Mariah Carey season has officially begun, meaning that you need to go and grab yourself a festive Starbucks seasonal drink, as well as a cute Christmas pastry...

 Pick up a book whenever youʻre feeling bored!

Five Books You Need to Read in 2022

Andreana La Pierre, Reporter March 2, 2022

As we move forward with a new year, a great goal to set for yourself is to spend more time reading. This is a great hobby that not only stimulates your mind but also allows for your imagination to run...

Snacks being passed out in Konia


Kaylah Toves, Reporter October 11, 2021

With the spread of COVID-19’s new Delta variant, is continuing in-person learning on campus the best idea? Although the vaccination brings a sense of security to many, there are certain contingencies...

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