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Chaminade Hosts Poetry Slam


Peter Johnson, Staff Writer
November 24, 2014

Chaminade University hosted a poetry slam on Nov.19 in collaboration with Kaimuki High school on the lawn in front of the Sullivan library. More than 60 people came to listen to original poetry. “It’s a great way for people to express how they feel,” said slam host Travis T, who works with troubled... Read more »

Ten Best Rappers Ever


Peter Johnson, Staff Writer
November 21, 2014

Rap and hip-hop have solidified its place in America and is growing rapidly. There might be thousands of rappers featured within the United States and beyond, but only a handful of rappers and hip-hop artists have truly represented the genre and lifestyle to the fullest. From its humble beginnings in... Read more »

Manoa Pizza Parlor Focuses on Fresh Ingredients


Peter Johnson, Staff Writer
November 17, 2014

Located in the corner of the Manoa Marketplace shopping center between the Longs and Safeway is the newest pizza parlor called Serino’s. Serino’s opened officially back in March and serves a large variety of pizzas, calzones and salads as well as a gluten-free crust option. The restaurant is in a... Read more »

The Nook: Your Not-So Ordinary Bistro

Theresa Capllonch, Staff Writer
November 14, 2014

The struggle is real when it comes to finding a cozy brunch spot in Honolulu. Many college students have to settle for a cheap fast food stop to satisfy their cravings, The Nook, if you have time to spare, it is a great place to add to your morning routine. This hole-in-the-wall is a pleasant surprise.... Read more »

Win-Spuntino allows for a good, quick cheap Italian food fix


Brandee Lima, Staff Writer
November 14, 2014

4 out of 5 stars Win-Spuntino is a small, 20-seat Italian café that just opened this past summer in Market City Mall at the intersection of Kapiolani Boulevard and King Street. It’s easy to miss the place, since the entrance is at the top of a narrow stairwell next to Thai Issan Cuisine, adjacent... Read more »

CUH Students perform 37 Shakespeare plays in 90 minutes

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Dana Kojima, Staff Writer
November 14, 2014

William Shakespeare probably never imagined a Juliet like the one in the Loo Theater on Friday Nov. 7. In Chaminade’s “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged),” the lovely Juliet came in the form of a bearded male Chaminade student dressed in bad drag, wearing a cheap, pink satin gown... Read more »

White Sunday wows Chaminade again

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Victorian Lang, Staff Writer
October 20, 2014

On Oct. 12, Lumana’i O Samoa (LOS) club once again celebrated White Sunday at the Mystical Rose Oratory, a holiday observed by American and Western Samoa falling on the second Sunday of every October. “This was another reason why I wanted to attend Chaminade University. It was because they... Read more »

Mobile Vet Center truck stops by Chaminade


T.O. Turner, Staff Writer
October 20, 2014

Mobile Vet Center truck stops by Chaminade University and welcomes all veterans to their services. The Veterans Administration building, the local Veterans Center and the Mobile Vet Center truck help veterans make the difficult transition from military life back to civilian life. It’s not an easy process ... Read more »

Norwegian exchange student expresses his passion for music


Suzanne Lian, Staff Writer
October 17, 2014

Kristoffer Lee Adams, 20, from Norway moved nearly 6,800 miles away from home to get a degree in Mass Communication and is one of Chaminade University’s many international students. “One of the positive things about studying abroad is that you will get a different set of experiences along with an... Read more »

Black Cultures United, new club, emerges on campus


T.O. Turner, Staff Writer
October 6, 2014

Some students  at CUH have brought back an old club with a new name. The spring semester of 2012 was the last time Black Student Union was a club on campus. The reasons of taking a break were many: students left or graduated, some students didn’t have time and there were power struggles between... Read more »