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Three Staff Memberʻs Articles Recognized By Best of SNO

Three Staff Memberʻs Articles Recognized By Best of SNO

Ka Mōʻī Staff 2019-2020

February 26, 2020

On Feb. 26, Mahealani Deenik, Joby Lum, and Holly Ikeda of the Ka Mōʻī had their stories published on Best of SNO. This would be the first story accepted onto the Best of SNO platform. The Best of SNO is a platform that our WebHost SNO uses to display stories that are of the highest quality out of...

Starbucks Gift Card Winner!

Starbucks Gift Card Winner!

Joby Lum, Website/Technology Director

February 18, 2020

On February 5th, Ka Mōʻī launched the giveaway for the 15 dollar Starbucks Gift card. The giveaway involved students having to submit a comment on any of our stories about the article. Students were allowed to submit as many times as the wanted to. On February 18th, Ka Mōʻī put all of the eligible...

Junior AP English Class Takes a Stand for the Environment

Junior AP English Class Takes a Stand for the Environment

Hannah Mahealani Roehm, Staff Member

February 6, 2020

Earth. The third planet from the sun, the largest of all terrestrial planets, formed around4.54 billion years ago. It’s the planet that is home to 8.7 million animal species, 290, 000 plant species, and of course, humans. Yet, we continue to harm the environment, damaging the planet we’d be nothing...

Haku Mele Cohorts Expand on Their Legacy

Haku Mele Cohorts Expand on Their Legacy

Kiersty McKee, Staff Reporter

January 14, 2020

Members of the ten Haku Mele cohorts were given the opportunity to expand upon the songs they had written for the 100th annual song contest. About one month after the ten songs were composed, Kumu Zachary Lum held a meeting that allowed students to propose ideas that would further include the high...

Kamehameha Science Students Lead SACNAS Delegates in The Field

Kamehameha Science Students Lead SACNAS Delegates in The Field

Kiersty McKee, Staff Reporter

January 13, 2020

Students in Kumu Robert Hutchinsonʻs AP Biology and Environmental Science classes had the opportunity to host delegates of SACNAS on the windward side of Oʻahu. 75 members of SACNAS (Society for the Advancement of Chicano/Hispanic Native Americans in Science) visited various cultural sites in the...

Local Bus Driver Doing His Part To Spread Positivity Through Simple Acts

Local Bus Driver Doing His Part To Spread Positivity Through Simple Acts

Holly Ikeda, Staff Reporter

January 8, 2020

James Young has been a bus driver at Kamehameha since 2003, he drives from Bishop Hall and Tech building to Konia Circle, and is spreading positivity through his simple actions every day. “I was honored to be serving all of our students at Kamehameha and it is very positive and energizing to be...

Kumu ʻAuliʻi Hirahara Recounts Her Experiences on The Mauna

Kumu ʻAuliʻi Hirahara Recounts Her Experiences on The Mauna

Taylor Cozloff, Editor In Chief

December 28, 2019

In the early afternoon on July 17, ʻAuliʻi Hirahara, known better as Kumu Hirahara, received a text from her aunt Nohea Kalima Chun. It read something along the lines of, “I think I’m going to be next.” Five minutes later, Hirahara was staring at photos of her aunt being carried away by police....

Working a Part-Time Job: is it Worth it?

Working a Part-Time Job: is it Worth it?

Kiersty McKee, Staff Reporter

November 30, 2019

Whether it be to help their families or provide themselves with spending money, many students have taken the opportunity to work part-time jobs. Hawaii law states that an individual may begin working at the age of 14 with proper certifications, meaning that the majority of the high school student body...

Senior Jade Frank Tells About Her Experience Studying Abroad

Senior Jade Frank Tells About Her Experience Studying Abroad

Mahina Kameenui-Becker, Staff Reporter

November 4, 2019

Current senior Jade Frank has just returned from participating in a year-long exchange program in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Frank initially applied for a year-long scholarship program to Germany, called CBYX (Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange) in September 2017, but later decided she wanted to study in ...

More Than a Student: Josias Fronda

More Than a Student: Josias Fronda

Jordan Nunies, Social Media Director

November 3, 2019

 Josias Pilināmakaikaʻoiaʻiʻo Kaʻupu Fronda, better known as Pili, a student who has been attending Kamehameha school since kindergarten, serves as an inspiration for many of us.    From, being a member of the Worship/Deputation Team, to being apart of the beautiful tradition that is song contest, ...

Song Contest’s 100th Anniversary: Leaving Behind a Legacy

Song Contest’s 100th Anniversary: Leaving Behind a Legacy

Kiana Kalahele, Staff Reporter

November 2, 2019

With it being the 100th annual Song Contest, a change has been implemented, allowing for students to compose songs that will be remembered for generations.  This year’s Song Contest celebrates its 100th anniversary by giving the students the chance to work together and create the songs that wil...

The Amazon is Still Burning, Here is What You Need to Know.

The Amazon is Still Burning, Here is What You Need to Know.

Holly Ikeda, Staff Reporter

October 29, 2019

The Amazon fires is an issue that has been put to the side in the main news. What most people think is a natural fire goes deeper into deforestation, attacks on indigenous people, global warming, and the consequences of one of Earth's largest forests on fire.  Though the exact day the fires started canno...

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