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Ka Leo O Kalani

The student news site of Kalani High School

Ka Leo O Kalani

Lin Meyers

Lin Meyers, Reporter

For her, family is everything
Her priority and her love
While she hurts herself she loves others with words
Like the tsunami she is
Like a force of nature, she wants success
But even then, she exemplifies the color yellow
and when she thinks of happiness she thinks of smiles


by Mina Kohara

All content by Lin Meyers

Kalani swimming takes off

Lin Meyers, Photojournalism
February 27, 2023
Takai repeats state title

Takai repeats state title

Lin Meyers, Sports
February 28, 2023
Lin Meyers poses for her photo at Kilauea, Hawaii a week after her birthday.

On turning 17

Lin Meyers, Blog
March 9, 2022
Natalie (Anela) Rea (11) co-president of the Laulea Club is individually packing candy bags to help stop the spread of germs. With COVID-19 still affecting club meetings, members of Laulea have to make sure to follow the necessary precautions for snacks and in-person activities. The individually bagged candies will be distributed among students to enjoy at home. During meetings, students have to wear their masks at all times, sign in, and sit in their assigned spot to have a clear tracking system. Photo and caption by Lin Meyers.

Laulea Adjusts to Spread Good Cheer

Lin Meyers, Photojournalism
October 21, 2021

[Video] A Day in the Life

Lin Meyers, Video
December 17, 2020
Since Governor Ige and Mayor Caldwell eased restriction, the beaches on Oahus south shore have been crowded. Despite regulations, many beachgoers use tents in the sand. Photo taken by Lin Meyers on Oct. 25 at Waikiki.

Back to the Start

Lin Meyers, News Feature
November 23, 2020

[Video] 3-Ingredient Mud Cake

Lin Meyers, Food Blog
October 20, 2020
Infographic made by Lin Meyers using Canva 2020.

What is true about COVID-19?

Lin Meyers, Graphics & Illustrations
September 30, 2020
Kalanis Varsity swim and diving team wait at the gate in the Hawaiian terminal at Honolulu International Airport for their Thursday, Feb. 13 morning flight to Maui for the Swimming & Diving Hawaii State Championship meet this weekend. The Kalani Girls team won the OIA Championships on Jan. 25, unseating Kaiser and ending their rivals decade-long reign. Seventeen athletes will compete for gold this weekend: Mandarine Chyba-Rabeendrar, Kalani Decker, Reina Dreyer, Rayne Duhaylonsod, Gessica King, Andrew Lee, Lin Meyers, Jonah Kamakura, Tenley Reha, Aaron Sakai, Sage Minato, Taiga Sakai, Paulina Ruelas, Dylan Tran, Cienna Toyofuku , Riki Watanabe, and Abigayle Vendiola. Photo courtesy of Lin Meyers 2020.

Swimming & Diving to Maui for States!

Lin Meyers, Photojournalism
February 13, 2020
And theyre off! Swimmers on starting blocks dive into the pool just after the gun goes off. Kalani hosted a meet on Nov. 23 at the Kalani pool with three other high schools in their Eastern conference. Photo by Lin Meyers 2019.

Kalani hosts swim meet

Lin Meyers, Sports
December 16, 2019
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