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Low poses in front of his computer as he pulls a win.

Meet Kamehameha Schools’ #1 Gamer: Christian Low

Logan Houghtailing, Staff Reporter May 11, 2022

It is a multi-billion dollar industry with people like Pewdiepie and Markiplier dominating the market. It is an exciting hobby, a demanding skill, and a prosperous career. Of course, I am alluding to the...

Junior Student Kahaʻi Duquette sets up a take-one-leave-one station in the womens auditorium bathroom.

The Period Project

Logan Houghtailing February 23, 2022

What began as a school project has become a passion of junior student Cassidy Duquette, otherwise known as Kahaʻi. Kahaʻi Duquette, a junior student enrolled in Honors Pacific Literature, is one of...

Seasonal Blues can be a real, debilitating experience.

Not Everything is Merry During Christmas—And Here’s Why

Ivory Unga, Reporter February 8, 2022

“Feeling the winter blues” is a common experience for many during Christmas time. However, many feel as though the term is just another myth theorizing why humans feel the way they do. The lethargic...

Final Examinations: Dealing with the stress

Final Examinations: Dealing with the stress

Andreana La Pierre, Reporter February 8, 2022

With finals week being at its peak, it is normal for students to feel stressed.But there are ways to deal with this stress when it becomes too overwhelming! Rather than letting the feeling consume you,...

AP Work:  Topo Much, Too Little, or Just Right?

AP Work: Topo Much, Too Little, or Just Right?

Logan Houghtailing, Reporter January 31, 2022

Advanced placement classes are designed to be more challenging; however, are AP programs everything students anticipate it to be? Is the workload fair- or rather too much or too little? “I believe...

The Crest of the Ivy League Universities, a symbol of the golden ticket that many high school seniors aspire.

The Golden Ticket: College, Elites, and the Myth of Upward Mobility

Joshua Ching, Reporter January 27, 2022

Curled up under a blanket to cool my heightened anxiety, I sent in a single application to Yale University – a summation of who I was, my pitch for why they should offer me the golden ticket...

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Advocacy Club

Joshua Ching, Reporter October 7, 2021

The Advocacy Club works to give a platform for students at Kamehameha Schools looking to take on some of the largest obstacles confronting our communities, big and small. From gender equality to climate...

Tiare Cardejon posing with one of her kimonoʻs.

Kamehameha Student Starts Her Own Business

Holly Ikeda, Website Director November 23, 2020

Tiare Cardejon, class of 2022 at Kamehameha schools, started her own business in December 2019 and has been working hard since then to create a foundation and improve sales. Starting a business is not...

milk and honey, a best selling poetry book by Rupi Kaur.

From Milk and Honey to Home Body: Rupi Kaur

Ivory Unga, Staff Reporter November 12, 2020

Rupi Kaur, Indian-born Canadian poet, rose to fame with her New York Times Bestselling book Milk and Honey. The visual book in the style of “confessional poetry,” includes short entries surrounding...

An empty Hanauma Bay during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Hawaiʻi’s Natural Ecosystems and COVID-19

Azure Nikora, Staff Reporter October 10, 2020

Hawaiʻi has definitely had its fair share of struggles during this COVID-19 pandemic, but thankfully its ecosystems have not nearly had to share in that same struggle. Known for its year-round sunshine...

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,...

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...

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