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Students enjoyed the first day back to Mid-Pacific with new safety rules in place
Most Mid-Pacific high school students return to campus this week, but some stay virtual

Most Mid-Pacific high school students return to campus this week, but some stay virtual

November 9, 2020

With COVID-19 case numbers decreasing and precautions in place, Mid-Pacific...

Nearly 400 people drove up for campus flu shot clinic

Nearly 400 people drove up for campus flu shot clinic

November 2, 2020

Nearly 400 members of the Mid-Pacific campus pulled up in their cars and a needle...

Seniors are given another chance to take the SAT

October 26, 2020

Due to COVID-19, many test centers around the island that planned to host...

Holidays are usually a time to gather with family and friends.
Opinion: think about health and safety this Thanksgiving
Willow Hutchison, Writer • November 25, 2020

“What do you miss the most?” was a question I asked students recently. It was a vague question, but one armed with an aim to gain knowledge on the effect of COVID-19 forcing...

A pride flag is waved down the streets of Waikiki for Honolulu Pride as marchers in the parade show their camaraderie and brotherhood in celebrating themselves and those around them.
Do we need ways to identify gender and sexuality?
Charlize Guadiello, Staff Writer • November 5, 2020

Gender and sexuality are both very broad topics. There’s almost a label or identity for everyone now. But what exactly does it mean to identify gender and sexuality? As...

Mid-Pacific prioritizes student well-being with new Character Strong program
Willow Hutchison, Staff Writer • October 20, 2020

“Have a positive self-image!” “Improve your relationships with your friends.” School is tough, but just cope with the pressure and stress because you have to, right? I...

Letter from the Editor-In-Chief: Is “doing nothing” a good use of your time?
Erin Goya, Staff Writer • October 8, 2020

Whether you’re a senior or not, I am sure that distance learning has been frustrating and hard for you. “Same thing, different day,” I heard my dad say on a conference...

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Girls volleyball is scheduled to return to practice in March, according to the athletics office. Some teams have met virtually during the first weeks of the school year.
Some Mid-Pacific sports use are using Zoom as a way for students to stay active
Kayla Tom, Staff Writer • November 4, 2020

Due to Covid-19, Mid-Pacific decided to try something new this year for sports until it's safe enough to resume practices and games. Mid-Pacific has decided to use Zoom as a...

PAC-5 football players congregate during the 2019 season. Senior players created a petition to protest Mid-Pacific
Longtime PAC-5 athletes are "devastated" after Mid-Pacific pulls out of the team
Erin Goya, Staff Writer • October 27, 2020

Six years ago, Ian Ishibashi stepped onto the field, his first year of PAC-5 football, his first year of football ever. Anxious and nervous, he wasn’t sure if the sport would...

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Restaurant Review: Pa’ina Cafe

Alicia-Rose Boucher, Contributing Writer
March 5, 2020

    Poke is a food gradually gaining popularity around the world. From social media influencers editing their Instagram worthy meal pictures, to locals simply craving a post surf snack, this cuisine waters the mouths of all who hope to consume it. However, this traditional Hawaiian food tastes best when devoured… well in Hawaii of course! If you’re lucky enough to live in the poke capital...

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Restaurant Review: Island Vintage Coffee

Brianna Acosta, Contributing Writer
March 5, 2020

Island Vintage Coffee, offering al fresco (open-air) dining, welcomes you with a gentle, early afternoon breeze. Seated are a mixture of locals and tourists feasting on their brunch cravings. Behind the counter, two employees take orders with a smile while the rest hustle to serve food to the customers at their tables. You make your way to the back of the long line which stretches across the room,...

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Restaurant Review: The Nook Neighborhood Bistro

Kimberly Oshiro, Contributing Writer
March 5, 2020

  Wandering through Puck’s Alley across the street from the Raising Cane’s will lead you to a hidden gem. Within the confines of a cramped and oddly shaped parking lot, “the nook neighborhood bistro” greets pedestrians with a storefront made to look like the porch to someone’s house; potted air plants arranged on every blue roof post with street lamps fixated on the posts in front...

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