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Taiwanese Hoop Star Sets His Mark At CUH


Peter Johnson, Staff Writer
March 6, 2015

Kevin Hu is not just a well-known guard on the basketball team here at Chaminade University, but he’s a superstar in his hometown of Taiwan. He is the first from his high school to win three championships in a row, as well as the first student from Taiwan to go to school here in America on a full scholarship. His... Read more »

Horror at 1706


Jolica Domdom, Staff Writer
March 2, 2015

He told us the safe word is “mercy,” and for 50 minutes my worst nightmares were brought to life. Tears welled up in my eyes as I stood frozen in fear and terrified to death. He chose me to be his bride, and out of fear I screamed “mercy” and sprinted out the door. The people who brought the... Read more »

Local handmade gelato is just around the corner


Nadia Fale, Staff Writer
February 13, 2015

Tucked away on 12th Avenue in the shadow of the always bustling Koa Pancake House is Via Gelato, a chic gelato bar and cafe. Its wide glass windows and Tiffany blue color scheme invite passersby to take a peek. Upon opening the front doors, guests are greeted with the pleasant aroma of various gelato... Read more »

Washburn shaped by his years of travel


Melanie Schumilas, Staff Writer
February 9, 2015

Curtis Washburn, the Academic Provost at Chaminade University, has travelled to 25 countries in his lifetime. Coming from a small town in Connecticut with a population less than 20,000, Washburn said his upbringing lacked diversity and that the expected norm of men in their 20s was to don a suit and... Read more »

Kaimuki’s Superette focuses on fresh, local ingredients


Peter Johnson, Staff Writer
February 6, 2015

Near the intersection of Wailae and 10th street is a quaint little café called Kaimuki Superette. Business officially opened last year in mid August, and it specializes in seasonal sandwiches and sundries. The Superette is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and has a deep focus of providing fresh... Read more »

Hay Fever: A crazy family… story


Brandee Lima, Staff Writer
December 8, 2014

“Hay Fever” by Noel Coward is a high comedy, loosely based on the author’s weekend experience at his good friend’s country home. A family of four, each invite a guest over to the house without informing anyone. The play stars a group of regular people trying to survive a weekend with... Read more »

COVO showing accountability to the donors of “Night of Hope”


Suzanne Lian, Staff Writer
December 5, 2014

On October 15, 2013 an earthquake struck the island Bohol in Central Visayan in the Philippines. Shortly after the disaster, the “Congress of Visayan Organization” (COVO) met in the Philippine consulate to discuss the response efforts of the Filipino Community of Hawaii. Only three weeks later super... Read more »

12 dates of Christmas

Theresa Capllonch, Staff Writer
December 5, 2014

12 Dates of Christmas   With school coming to an end and the cozy winter season getting in full swing its time to make things magical. From traditional Japanese cuisine to the spices of Jamaica, this holiday season spice things up with Honolulu’s twelve most unique restaurants. Take your special someone... Read more »

10 DIY gifts for broke college students

DIY: 10 gifts for broke college students

Theresa Capllonch, Staff writer
December 4, 2014

The holidays can be a money muncher if you’re a cash-strapped college student. Even those with a full-time job, find it hard, so its no wonder if you’re struggling to give gifts to your nearest and dearest. Whether you’re trying to save money or just want to do something more personal this year,... Read more »

Raised in Fla., CUH accounting Professor Williamson has found a home


T.O. Turner, Staff Writer
December 1, 2014

Professor Aaron M. Williamson Jr., comes from humble beginnings. Born in Atlanta, Ga., and raised in South Florida, he knows all about being discriminated against. Although raised to not see color, his memories of his grandmother being ostracized from the black community are very vivid. The black community... Read more »