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Developing Characters in Art

Developing Characters in Art

Aliyah Page, Reporter

February 21, 2019


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There are things to think about when an artist decides to create their very own unique character. When developing a character, you must think very hard about this character overall, such as their personality, aspects, why they look a certain way, etc. Of course, there is more to understand than a character's...

Life In the Philippines

Jonard Asencion, Reporter

February 5, 2019


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The Philippines or what most people call it, the Motherland. It's home to many Filipinos, living on over 7,000 islands from the north to the south. There's much to explore in the Philippines; it's much bigger than expected, but I'm sure you already know that. The flight alone is about ten hours and...

Bringing in the New Year: New Year’s Resolution

Gillian Ward, Reporter

December 20, 2018


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A resolution is "a firm decision to do or not to do something". Let's face it, rarely  does a New Year's Resolution get carried out, but why is that? We have all felt that intense determination to do something positive in our lives, and when it's New Years most of us make a "firm decision", so why are we...

Behind the scenes of the Kohala High Morning Bulletin (KHMB Live)

Mitchell Canniff, Reporter

December 17, 2018


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Morning Bulletin, the segment of our day that many people both love and ignore, but what has gone into this morning production? If all goes well, it is a happy and fun place to be in the morning. If not, it is as stressful as a normal job, which is good experience for later. Many in this class do not...

Acting Class encourages students to step out of their comfort zones

Aliyah Page, Reporter

December 17, 2018


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Acting may seem like its just about pretending to be something you are not, but there is a lot more to it than just pretending as I've learned this year. It takes stepping out of one's own comfort zone and experiencing something they never thought they'd do. Ms. Brown's acting class consists of a...

Starting Artists: Start Cheap!

Aliyah Page, Reporter

November 19, 2018


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Many beginner artists tend to believe that they need expensive pens, markers, and pencils to create amazing looking art and usually those expensive tools go to waste rather than in good use. The truth is, it’s never bad to start cheap as an artist. Take it from me, a fellow artist who’s started cheap...

Overnight Senior Bonding at Keahuolū- Queen Lili’uokalani Trust

Overnight Senior Bonding at Keahuolū- Queen Lili’uokalani Trust

Gillian Ward, Reporter

November 15, 2018


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This week my class, the senior class of Kohala High School had a "bonding" camping trip at a beach in Kona. The beach is part of Queen Lili'uokalani Trust of which the purpose is to benefit the children of Hawai'i. The first thing we did when we arrived was meet some of the men working there who would...

Fellow Artists, Try Out Inktober!

Fellow Artists, Try Out Inktober!

Aliyah Page, Reporter

October 25, 2018


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Hello fellow artists! Have you ever wanted a challenge to help improve your drawing skills and development of positive drawing habits? Well there is! Inktober is a month long event that helps artists improve. This has been an ongoing event since 2009, created by Jake Parker, another fellow artist who created ...

Who Wears the Pants, You or Your Phone?

September 25, 2018


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In this day and age teenagers, kids, and adults alike all show a certain attachment to their phones, but is this attachment healthy? Technology, especially in phones, has advanced at an insane rate in the past fifteen, ten, and five years. You carry your phone with you everywhere; in your bag, your pocket...

El Nido, Palawan

El Nido, Palawan

September 20, 2018


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I have just returned from a trip to the Philippines where I visited Manila, Puerto Princesa, and my favorite, El Nido. Being in the Philippines was an amazing experience. Learning more about Filipino culture and more of their language was incredible for me, especially since many people where I live...

Seniors, Are You Ready?

Gillian Ward, Reporter

September 20, 2018


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It is only the beginning of the 2018-19 school year and the heat is already on for the seniors of Kohala High School. Yes indeedy, rumors are going around that the senior project will be due earlier in the year than it has been in the past, and a portfolio must be completed before the end of this year....

The Missing Shelf

Gillian Ward, Reporter

September 18, 2018


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There was a disturbance in the girls restroom at Kohala High School recently. As students walked into the restroom they noticed that something was missing... The shelf that used to be drilled to the wall in its home between the two doors of the restroom was gone. This is where girls placed their bags,...

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