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Making a Part-Time Job Work For You

Making a Part-Time Job Work For You

Mikaela Nishida, Staff Reporter

October 7, 2016


Filed under Features, News

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


Filed under Features, News

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...

Seniors Prep For Senior Panoramic

Seniors Prep For Senior Panoramic

Camryn Chinen, Staff Reporter

October 7, 2016


Filed under News

The annual senior panoramic is quickly approaching for the class of 2017. Many students are hard at work designing and creating their posters in the Student Production Center of Midkiff. The panoramic is a time when students can create a poster that represents them to pose with for the yearbook. Many...

No Need to Fear, Hurricane Season is Here?

No Need to Fear, Hurricane Season is Here?

Chase Rhinelander, Staff Reporter

October 7, 2016


Filed under Features, News

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


Filed under Features, News

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...

Dream Comes True For Concert Glee

Quentin Choy, Staff Reporter

September 20, 2016


Filed under News

“And sunset o’er Kalaupapa, will be a dream come true.” Like “Sunset O’er Kalaupapa,” Kalaupapa’s love song says, Kalaupapa will be a dream come true for those who visit, especially for juniors in Concert Glee. Being an annual tradition for juniors in Concert Glee, these students will...

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...

Launa ‘Ike Educates the Juniors of KS

Launa ‘Ike Educates the Juniors of KS

Aliyah Washington, Staff Reporter

September 12, 2016


Filed under Features, News

With the help of an overwhelming amount of KS Alumni,  students take a look into their future careers and interests on campus with the help of the recent Launa ‘Ike event. On Sept. 6,  juniors gathered in different classrooms to discuss life after high school, and get advice and encouragement...

Not Enough Options For Vegetarians On Campus

Gabrielle Smythe, Staff Reporter

September 12, 2016


Filed under Features, News

From ham sandwiches and saimin to chicken and salad, the ʻAkahi Cafeteria has always supplied students with an abundance of food for them to choose from. However, choices for vegetarians is a whole other story, and if you’re a vegan... forget about it. Unless you pack your own meals everyday, it is...

Has The Class Ring Lost Its Meaning?

Has The Class Ring Lost Its Meaning?

Shannon Hussey, Staff Reporter

September 12, 2016


Filed under Features, News

Of the class of 2018, only 46% purchased class rings. What does this statistic say about class rings? Has the purchase of a class ring lost its meaning over time? In previous years, students would have a ring ceremony in the auditorium to represent how far they’ve come in high school. Now, we have...

Playing A Part In The Community

Playing A Part In The Community

Hamilton Keola, Staff Reporter

September 12, 2016


Filed under Features, News

As high school students, it’s a great time to start thinking about community service.  We are always told to do community service because we either need service hours or because it looks good on college applications. Other than the appeal it shows on paper, community service can be very important...

The Most Important Meal of the Day

The Most Important Meal of the Day

Laʻakea Aiu, Director of Online/Staff Reporter

August 29, 2016


Filed under News

For athletes and students alike, consuming the correct fuel will determine their athletic or academic output for the day. Most people think that the first meal of the day, breakfast, should be a light toast or a bowl of cereal. This understanding of breakfast is very wrong. Breakfast is the most important...

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