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How can we eat healthier, Kohala?

Gillian Ward, Reporter

April 18, 2019


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It can be very hard to eat healthy. Social occasions, on-the-go lifestyles, and just seriously tasty foods make it even more difficult. Today, with the many fad diets and dietary preferences, it is hard to even know what "diet" is healthiest. So what is a healthy diet, and how can we achieve it? D...

The Best Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

Kamaile Gusman

April 18, 2019


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Buzzfeedʻs Tasty makes assorted food videos which feature the cooking or baking process, delicious recipes, and food experiments. Tasty released a video in which they test several methods and ingredients to make the ultimate chocolate chip cookie recipe. They first experimented with different types of s...

Teen Suicide is a huge problem

Kailee Paro, Reporter

April 15, 2019


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Not many people address the conflict that it is getting way more common for teenagers and young kids to hurt themselves and even take their own life.  Society in our world today can sometimes be so oblivious and does not take the situation seriously, until something has to happen for them to realize. Sadly,...

Senior Dilemma

Aliyah Page, Reporter

April 15, 2019


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Senior year is the year where we students make our future plans official once we graduate. We had all junior year to start applying to colleges and signing up for scholarships and by now we are supposed to have our things together as we enter the real world, whether its going to college or getting a...

Artists can Share Life Lessons from Learning Art

Aliyah Page, Reporter

April 9, 2019


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You read the title correctly! Every artist can agree that we learn not just art related lessons, but also lessons that can associate with life as well. Through the research of my senior project I have learned these lessons through research and from artists who I have personally interviewed. Here I will...

Why Does it Matter if Corals Die?

Gillian Ward, Reporter

March 25, 2019


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Corals are a beautiful part of our oceans. There are hundreds of different types of corals, and thousands of different marine species that depend on and call coral reefs home. Twenty five percent of marine species rely on coral reefs to find food, shelter and to breed. This means if the coral reefs d...

Who’s ready for Spring Break?!!!

Jonard Asencion, reporter

March 14, 2019


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Finally, spring break is almost here and it's almost time for a whole week of nonstop fun. There's a lot you can do if you really want to enjoy your spring break to the fullest. For some suggestions, maybe you should head to the beach, invite a couple friends or more and get some sun. Visit places...

The Cafeteria’s New Helpers

The Cafeteria’s New Helpers

February 26, 2019


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The Kohala High School PHS Core and Culinary Classes have supported the cafeteria for the past several weeks, helping the workers prepare meals for Kohala Students. Aunty Shirley Garcia, PHS Core and Culinary teacher, wanted to give the students an opportunity to work in a new setting and learn new skills...

Getting Into Character!

Aliyah Page, Reporter

February 26, 2019


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When acting a part, you must learn to embrace that character more than one may think. As that character you must learn to think and act like them in a way you believe they'd behave. Currently, Ms. Brown's acting class has been practicing long and hard to perform a play for the children within our community....

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...

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