• Beating the 4-Year Myth

    Beating the 4-Year Myth

    By Ashley Onzuka, Staff Writer

    May 8, 2017

    I did the unthinkable, perhaps close to the impossible. On Tuesday, Jan. 24, I gripped my black ink 0.7 G2 pen and filled out the clearance form for graduation. It is a phenomenon to receive a four-year degree in exactly four years. Dare I even call it a miracle to fulfill the four-year myth. I, for one, have...

    Looking forward to taking senior portraits again.

    Cody Hirose

  • Hawaii’s Rail Pushed Back To After 2024

    Hawaii’s Rail Pushed Back To After 2024

    By Brad Angelo, Staff Writer

    May 5, 2017

    The Hawaii Rail Transit project has been a hot topic of debate even before the start of its construction in February 2011. The project was originally scheduled to finish in 2020 on a budget of $6.9 billion. That projection was blown out in May 2016 when the Federal Transit Administration revealed that...

    Kamehameha Highway is hit hard with constant construction grinding traffic to a crawl.

    Brad Angelo

  • Riding around in style

    Riding around in style

    By Rohndell Goodwin, Staff Writer

    May 5, 2017

    When I moved here I told myself that a moped was the first thing I was going to buy. Coming from Oakland, Calif., people may think you're wrong for having one. But I was ready to get my own once I got to Hawaii. I was drawn to the convenience of it but also the fun of riding in the sun with the ...

  • What Defines Local

    What Defines Local

    By Ashley Onzuka, Staff Writer

    May 5, 2017

    As a 20-year-old woman, born and raised on the island of Oahu, by definition, I am local. Even though the beach hardly makes it on my to-do list, hence my skin being the glowing shade of pale, I am considered local. According to the Oxford Dictionary, the term local is defined as, “relating or...

    Throw a shaka to those who are local and think they're local.

    Ashley Onzuka

  • 4,967 miles from home

    4,967 miles from home

    By Dan Mangum, Staff Writer

    May 5, 2017

    Growing up in New York most of my high school classmates went to colleges in the Northeast. Anyone who dared venture out to somewhere as far as California seemed to be taking a risk. Risk is often deemed in a negative light but taking risks is what allows us to grow as individuals and even more importantly...

    Sky Diving over the North Shore of Oahu earlier this year.

    Photo Courtesy Dan Mangum

Hawaii’s Rail Pushed Back To After 2024

Hawaii’s Rail Pushed Back To After 2024

By Brad Angelo, Staff Writer

The Hawaii Rail Transit project has been a hot topic of debate even before the start of its construction in February 2011. The project was originally scheduled to finish in...

May 5, 2017

North Korean Missile Tests Spark Debate

North Korean Missile Tests Spark Debate

May 5, 2017

Tensions rise between the U.S. and North Korea due to North Korea’s unlawful attempts to create nuclear weapons sparking debate over the United States' next course of action. Recently,...

Art, Wine and Parallel Universes

Art, Wine and Parallel Universes

May 1, 2017

The Honolulu Museum of Art had its monthly Art After Dark event Friday, April 28, with a theme centered on parallel universes. The main exhibit of this month's Art After Dark was...

Hogan Students Honored at Annual Ceremony

Hogan Students Honored at Annual Ceremony

May 1, 2017

On April 26 the Hogan Entrepreneurs program graduated the 15th class and inducted a new group of students at the Mystical Rose Oratory. In total, the Hogan program graduated 34 stu...

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New coffee shop connects art and culture

New coffee shop connects art and culture

By Thomas Collins, Staff Writer

Art and culture surround you as you step through the doors of Mirage Art and Coffee a new coffee shop located at 1425 10th Avenue. Mirage Art and Coffee opened its doors ...

April 25, 2017

Fit Club Breaks a Sweat at Chaminade

Fit Club Breaks a Sweat at Chaminade

April 17, 2017

CUH Student Plays Important Role in ‘Hawaii Five-O’

CUH Student Plays Important Role in ‘Hawaii Five-O’

April 17, 2017

From Boston to Bees

From Boston to Bees

April 10, 2017

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Beating the 4-Year Myth

Beating the 4-Year Myth

By Ashley Onzuka, Staff Writer

I did the unthinkable, perhaps close to the impossible. On Tuesday, Jan. 24, I gripped my black ink 0.7 G2 pen and filled out the clearance form for graduation. It is a p...

May 8, 2017

Riding around in style

Riding around in style

May 5, 2017

What Defines Local

What Defines Local

May 5, 2017

4,967 miles from home

4,967 miles from home

May 5, 2017

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