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Students Serve Breast Cancer Survivors

Students Serve Breast Cancer Survivors

Hamilton Keola, Staff Reporter

December 3, 2016


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A few juniors from the Kamehameha Schools Kapālama KEY Club and National Honors Society volunteered at the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. Meeting up at 6 a.m. in Kapiolani park, students worked in the survivor’s tent greeting 5k finishers with ribbon leis and healthy snacks until 9 a.m.  Students...

Ka Makana Aliʻi: A New Mall For West Oʻahu Residents

Ka Makana Aliʻi: A New Mall For West Oʻahu Residents

Jherica Raposa, Staff Reporter

December 3, 2016


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Ka Makana Aliʻi, a new shopping mall, officially opened on Friday October 21, 2016 in Kapolei. Ka Makana Aliʻi is said to be 1.4 million-square feet, upon its future completion,  making it the second largest shopping complex on O’ahu behind Ala Moana shopping center. The mall will eventually fe...

Finding Healthy Alternatives

Finding Healthy Alternatives

December 3, 2016


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When most people think of the words “Healthy Eating” it is common for many to automatically think about flavorless salads, productsʻ staggering prices, and the inconvenience that it may cause. However, a healthy diet is the first step to a long and happy life. According to a Harvard Public Health arti...

Catching Up With Quade: Cross Training Creates Champions (Extended Version)

Catching Up With Quade: Cross Training Creates Champions (Extended Version)

Laʻakea Aiu, Director of Online

November 29, 2016


Filed under Features, Sports

Athletic recruiting for college sports, worldwide, is increasingly becoming more competitive every day. Due to this abrupt increase of competitive athletic recruiting, student athletes feel they should focus on one sport to fulfill their greatest potential. With a lot of athletes pursuing the option...

Cat and Dog Huggers Club Advocates for Stray Kittens

Cat and Dog Huggers Club Advocates for Stray Kittens

Sydnee Valdez, Staff Reporter

October 8, 2016


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Amongst the clubs at KS, the Cat and Dog Huggers Club dedicate their time to caring for and protecting stray cats on campus who are in desperate need of food and shelter. There are currently 15 kittens on upper campus that are being monitored and fed by 40 of the club’s student members. However,...

Making a Part-Time Job Work For You

Making a Part-Time Job Work For You

Mikaela Nishida, Staff Reporter

October 7, 2016


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The life of a typical high school student is a busy and expensive one indeed. In addition to dealing with school, homework, and extracurricular activities, students often find themselves short on gas money or struggling to scrounge up some funds to go out on their free time. To remedy these common issues,...

Students Explain the Impact Seminary Has on Their School Day

Students Explain the Impact Seminary Has on Their School Day

Talia Mossman, Staff Reporter

October 7, 2016


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Some Kamehameha high school students start their day off with early morning Seminary. Seminary is a Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints four-year religious educational program consisting of youth ages 14-18. Seminary is usually an hour long class that is held in the mornings before school on...

Varsity Volleyball Girls Finish 16th in Las Vegas Tournament

Varsity Volleyball Girls Finish 16th in Las Vegas Tournament

Diani Martin, Staff Reporter

October 7, 2016


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The Kamehameha varsity volleyball girls took on the Durango Fall Classic volleyball tournament in Las Vegas, Nevada. The two-day tournament was held at Coronado High School and Durango High School. The volleyball girls played a total of seven other teams. On Friday, September 16, the girls only played...

No Need to Fear, Hurricane Season is Here?

No Need to Fear, Hurricane Season is Here?

Chase Rhinelander, Staff Reporter

October 7, 2016


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Hurricane season can be described as a very hectic time. With the Pacific brewing up storms left and right, Hawaiʻi is a target constantly being caught in the crossfire. It seems like every year we are called indoors and told to seek high ground in fear of yet another Hurricane. Since hurricane ʻIniki...

IUCN in a Nutshell

IUCN in a Nutshell

Jherica Raposa, Staff Reporter

October 7, 2016


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One-hundred and sixty-one countries gathered at the Hawai’i Conventional Center on September first through the tenth for the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). There, they discussed the challenges the world is facing as a whole and came up with more conservative ways to address...

Boys Water Polo Season Starts On A High Note

Boys Water Polo Season Starts On A High Note

Sydney Story, Staff Reporter

October 7, 2016


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Water polo season is in full swing for the Kamehameha boys. The Varsity II team had their first game on August 30th versus the boys of ʻIolani, and the Varsity I boys had their first match against the Raiders on September 2nd. The games resulted in a win for Varsity II and a loss for Varsity I. Since...

Joyful Mele Unites Individuals To Fight Violence and Abuse

Joyful Mele Unites Individuals To Fight Violence and Abuse

Pōlaʻa Yim, Staff Reporter

September 12, 2016


Filed under Features, News

With 2016 coming to an end, many sad events have occured that we wish hadn’t. Now, more than ever, we need foundations such as Joyful Hearts. The Joyful Hearts Foundation was founded by actress Mariska Hargitay, who is better known for her role as detective Olivia Benson in the TV series Law &am...

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