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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 »

Fun facts about Guam

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Dray Thompson, Staff Writer
May 2, 2014

Many Chaminade students from came from Guam. People in the mainland either heard of the word Guam a couple of times or know that the island is a small dot on the world map. There is so much to do on Guam because it’s similar to Hawai‘i but on a smaller scale. Here are some facts about the little... Read more »

‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2′ is electrifyingly better than its predecessor

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Dray Thompson, Staff Writer
May 2, 2014

The anticipated sequel “The Amazing Spider-Man 2.” Starting off after the events left from the rebooted franchise two years ago, Peter Parker/Spider-Man (Andrew Garfield) learns to deal with being the hero and save citizens of New York City while being a boyfriend to Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone). The... Read more »

Commencement Ball 2014 celebrates students and staff


Teagan Waialeale, Staff Writer
April 28, 2014

The newest member to Chaminade University’s Campus Ministry, Brother Mark Motz, was awarded with the Outstanding Faculty Award at the annual Commencement Ball on Friday night. The students nominated Bro. Mark at the start of the night’s festivities. “I was very shocked, I didn’t even know there... Read more »

Summer movies of 2014


Dray Thompson, Staff Writer
April 28, 2014

In a few days time, the Summer 2014 movie season begins. And with this year’s lineup, I’m excited for what the movies have to offer because of the anticipation of the sequels, reboots and originals. After a spectacular lineup of the 2013 summer movies such as “Despicable Me 2,” “Star Trek Into... Read more »

Chaminade junior helps Typhoon Haiyan victims, donates books


Vina Cristobal, Staff Writer
April 25, 2014

When Chaminade junior Joe Pallon traveled to the Philippines during spring break last month, he donated books to an elementary school whose library was in need of children’s books. Teachers and students praised Pallon for his “kind heart” and “giving spirit.” But it isn’t the first time... Read more »

Fairwood Drive Inn and Pho 27 Vietnamese Cuisine : Delicious and cheap

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Winston Anderson, Staff Writer
March 17, 2014

The Fairwood Drive Inn and Pho 27 Vietnamese Cuisine present separate atmospheres under the same roof and diverse traditional meals from the East. Fairwood Drive Inn offers an average takeout and dine-in environment for casual meals to be enjoyed spur-of-the-moment or on-the-go.  Pho 27 is slightly... Read more »

Unique movies nominated for “Best Picture”

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Vina Cristobal, Staff Writer
February 28, 2014

The 86th annual Academy Awards ceremony will be held on Sunday, March 2, and the lineup of nominees is a promising one. In the past year, Hollywood has given us some of the most eclectic films in film history. Take a look at some of the most unique films for Best Picture of the Year: “Her”: In this... Read more »

A healthy alternative for fast food

Leahi Health Beverages located at 9th Avenue and Waialae

Dray Thompson, Staff Writer
February 7, 2014

Leahi Health Beverages is a smoothie bar with a restaurant on the side. Located at the intersection of 9th Avenue and Waialae, all of the creations are wholesome and natural that make your body fall in love once you take a sip or bite. Fourteen smoothies are available to choose from and six dishes. Plus,... Read more »

One More State Journey


Alohalani Foster, Staff Writer
December 6, 2013

It’s not every day that you meet a person that has been to almost 50 states or has been married for 32 years to the same person. Peter Bustlier, a 53-year-old Chaminade graduate, has done both. Together, Bustlier has explored and traveled to 49 states with his wife, Tanya Bustlier, in the last 32 years.... Read more »