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Alika Gusman

Alika Gusman, Reporter

Alika Gusman is a freshman who enjoys binge-watching Netflix and playing football, volleyball, and paddling.

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A green sea turtle resting on North Shore beach with other visitors. These turtles are the most common type of honu, and often rest on beach shores to conserve energy and increase their body temperature. Green sea turtles were considered critically endangered at one point as a result of factors such as coastal development, pollution runoff, and ocean plastic (which still are very big problems for marine life). While the green sea turtle population has seen improvement, the hawksbill turtle population is one of the species in Hawai’i that remains endangered.

Tourism In Hawai’i

Alika Gusman, Multimedia News
May 17, 2022
The track, locker rooms, and gym are located at the entrance to Kalani High School. This photo embodies our school because it showcases sports and athletics, which are vital to Kalani as many students participate.  This photo figuratively represents the athletic department, which you could consider to be Kalani’s pride.

Athletics Are Kalani’s Pride

Alika Gusman, Photojournalism
February 25, 2022
Dane Silva-Ewan prepares for the upcoming regatta at Keehi Lagoon on Jan. 29.

Defying All Odds

Alika Gusman, Sports
February 11, 2022
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