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Bailey Kwon (11): “A pro for me would be the accessibility. You don’t have to worry so much supplies-wise like packing a bag, packing a bag for school. A con is a lot of teachers doubled the work since we're home all the time so you’re hardly ever able to take a break for yourself. You're always doing school 24/7.”

PHOTO SERIES: Pros & Cons from Q3

Ranson Silva, Photojournalism
April 12, 2021

COVID Safety Video

February 19, 2021
Dr. Richard Kline and his 2-year-old daughter, Julia, are pictured both wearing masks. Despite his wife's doubts early on in the COVID-19 pandemic, Julia is actually

A Hero With Heart

Lily Washburn, Profile
February 18, 2021
Andrea Gusukuma, a preschool teacher at St. Clements, is passionate about education. Photo by Cooper Endo.

Passionate About Teaching

Cooper Endo, Profile
February 18, 2021

A Day in the Life

Lin Meyers, Video
December 17, 2020
Daynna Mekaru is swinging for the fences as she practices on Dec. 6, at Roosevelt High School softball field so she can be ready for her upcoming season as a sophomore at Mid-Pacific Institute. All public parks are currently open for anyone who wants to exercise, practice, or have a picnic with family or friends. The guidelines for parks in Tier Two are five people maximum and no masks when exercising; however, masks are highly recommended if you’re not 6 feet away from a person inside the park. Students should be going to their local parks and staying in shape, especially if they’re planning on playing for a Kalani sports team which is tentatively set to resume in 3rd Quarter. Photo and caption by Kylie Tanimura.

Get off the computer & get outside!

Kylie Tanimura, Photojournalism
December 15, 2020
Traveler Kala Crow walks towards the curbside pickup at the Daniel K. Inouye
 International Airport after arriving on his flight from California, Sunday Dec. 6. 
Now that the holidays are among us, travel to the islands is expected to increase.   
All incoming Hawaii visitors are now required to take a COVID-19 test less than 72
hours prior to their departure, or will be subject to a mandatory 14-day
quarantine period. Photo and caption by Lily Washburn.

Holidays bring travel boost to islands

Lily Washburn, Photojournalism
December 14, 2020
The Target sign at the entrance lets customers know the store's guidelines during the pandemic. The Ala Moana Target hours are from 7 a.m to 11 p.m. It also has Senior hours on Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 8 a.m. Photo and caption by Mina Kohara.

Subtle Marks Left By the Pandemic

Mina Kohara, Photojournalism
December 7, 2020
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