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The KS Handbook: Nothing More Than Words on Paper

The KS Handbook: Nothing More Than Words on Paper

Jordan Nunies, Social Media Director

January 9, 2020

To enforce the rules and policies of Kamehameha Schools, Administration created the Kamehameha Schools Kapālama HIGH SCHOOL 2019-2020 Student & Parent Handbook. Students, along with their parents, are asked to review and discuss the handbook. After reviewing, students and parents are required to...

The Eddie Aikau Big Wave Surfing Competition Returns

The Eddie Aikau Big Wave Surfing Competition Returns

Mahealani Deenik, Staff Reporter

December 30, 2019

With famous surfers like Kelly Slater, Kai Lenny, and John John Florence headlining the 2019 Eddie Aikau Big Wave Invitational Invitee list, a large audience gathered at Waimea Bay for the contest's highly-anticipated opening ceremony on the morning of December 5, 2019. The first Eddie was held in...

A Day of Remembrance: December 7th

A Day of Remembrance: December 7th

Joby Lum, Website/Technology Director

December 7, 2019

On this day 78 years ago, Pearl Harbor was attacked by the Imperial Japanese Army. On that day, 2,390 military personnel, and civllianʻs lives were lost. Ever since that fateful day, every anniversary of the attack has been marked with a ceremony remembering the lives of those lost in the attack. The...

Fall Leaves Benefit our Environment: Don’t Get Rid of them

Fall Leaves Benefit our Environment: Don’t  Get Rid of them

Zaysha Akina-Mahoe, Staff Reporter

December 4, 2019

It’s fall season, and people are resorting to raking their colorful yard full of leaves. However, according to experts, getting rid of the leaves on your lawn is not the right way to manage your fall leaves. For various reasons, leaving leaves on your lawn will benefit not only your yard but the rest...

The Battle Against Climate Change: One Tree At A Time

The Battle Against Climate Change: One Tree At A Time

Joby Lum, Website/Technology Director

November 28, 2019

Climate change has been one topic that has been discussed across the nation and the world. A University of Hawaii Professor, Dr. Camillo Mora, is attempting to combat the effects of climate change by planting 10,000 trees in one day. The inspiration behind this idea for Mora is from his 12-year-old...

Drivers Penalized for Hawaiian Flags on Vehicles

Drivers Penalized for Hawaiian Flags on Vehicles

Gisele Bisch, Staff Reporter

November 21, 2019

With Hawaiian activism on the rise amongst the TMT debate and Kahuku protests, numerous residents have shown their solidarity by putting Hawaiian flags on their vehicles. Reportedly, several complaints have surfaced since these demonstrations took place on the road, causing the Honolulu Police Department...

First Map of America’s Food Supply Chain Published

First Map of America’s Food Supply Chain Published

Mahealani Deenik, Staff Reporter

November 18, 2019

Fast Company recently published an article introducing the first high-resolution food map of the U.S. food supply chain. Recently developed by Megan Konar, a civil and environmental engineering scientist, and her team at the University of Illinois, this map depicts the flows of food, including grains, ...

Is Recycling Really a Good Thing?

Is Recycling Really a Good Thing?

Kiersty McKee, Staff Reporter

November 12, 2019

Many students rely on caffeinated drinks every morning to keep them awake throughout the school day. Beverages such as the glass-bottled Starbucks Iced Frappuccino or aluminum-canned Monster Energy drinks are common amongst Kamehameha students, but does anyone ever wonder where they end up after they...

Strawberry Harvesting May Soon Become More Efficient and Cheaper

Strawberry Harvesting May Soon Become More Efficient and Cheaper

Zaysha Akina-Mahoe, Staff Reporter

November 1, 2019

Professor Ehsani and two colleagues at the University of Central Florida and Washington State University will begin working on a project to cultivate the strawberry crop more efficiently at a low cost.  In the past, Ehsani has designed several harvesting systems for a variety of fruits and nuts a...

Students And Staff Balance The Pros And Cons of Our New Bell Schedule

Students And Staff Balance The Pros And Cons of Our New Bell Schedule

Holly Ikeda, Staff Reporter

October 31, 2019

Every new year comes with its twists and turns but this year students and staff were thrown a curveball: our New Bell schedule. It's gained its praise and piled up some complaints, but is it better than the old schedule?  7:35-8:15 AM is the new homeroom block: this gives students the time to finish h...

The Role Aquaculture Could Play in Native Hawaiian Health

The Role Aquaculture Could Play in Native Hawaiian Health

Mahealani Deenik and Kiersty McKee

October 24, 2019

Honolulu Civil Beat reporter, Eleni Gili, highlights The MALAMA project. Based in Waimanalo, this project has dedicated time to create aquaponic and hydroponic gardens in residents’, predominantly of Native Hawaiian blood, backyards. MALAMA stands for Mini Ahupuaʻa for Lifestyle and Meaʻai throu...

The March for Breast Cancer Awareness and Pauahi

The March for Breast Cancer Awareness and Pauahi

Joby Lum, Website/Tech Director

October 23, 2019

On Friday Oct. 18, the Kamehameha high school Kapālama campus held its Walk for Pauahi event. Two weeks prior to the event, students from grades 9-12 were encouraged to purchase two-dollar pink breast cancer awareness bracelets in order to be able to wear pink attire on Oct. 18.  All proceeds from...

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