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A year like no other: seniors reflect on the year of COVID-19
Mid-Pacific GPAs are on the rise as seniors pass the 4.0 mark

Mid-Pacific GPAs are on the rise as seniors pass the 4.0 mark

March 10, 2021

Across the country and the state, reports show that students are failing classes...

Seniors celebrate at first on-campus event of the school year

Seniors celebrate at first on-campus event of the school year

March 9, 2021

As she stepped onto campus for the first time in a year, her nerves kicked in....

Mid-Pacific faculty receive COVID vaccine as state moves to immunize teachers

Mid-Pacific faculty receive COVID vaccine as state moves to immunize teachers

February 23, 2021

Quite a few Mid-Pacific teachers have planned for and received the COVID-19...

When you’re stressed, the path to getting not stressed is rocky.
Manage your stress and find ways to add balance your life
Charlize Guadiello, Staff Writer • April 14, 2021

We’ve all been there. The night before a project that’s worth 30 percent of your grade is due, you’ve done maybe 25 percent of the actual project itself, and you’re in...

Music is a way for us to relax and unwind.
Parents don't understand the therapeutic role of music in our lives
Willow Hutchison, Staff Writer • March 10, 2021

Picture this: You’re sitting in your room after a long day of tasks and you reach for the headphones spilling out of the backpack positioned by your desk. To wind down after...

How important is it to make your bed in the morning?
Erin Goya, Staff Writer • March 10, 2021

How many people actually take the time to make their bed in the morning? Not me. I thought it was such a waste of my time. After getting up in the morning, already in a rush...

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Parents adorn Zoe Oshiro with a haku lei. Parents celebrated athletes in a drive-through.
Scrimmages replace games as athletes celebrate senior night
Kamm Kojima, Staff Writer • March 11, 2021

As basketball players raced across the court, sounds of squeaking shoes and coaches shouting filled the gym, void of its usual cheering fans. Each kick and bounce was heard...

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Kamana'o Morton travels to New Zealand to further his water polo training
Taro Tsuji, Staff Writer • March 10, 2021

Many students have noticed the absence of the towering sophomore Kamana'o [Kama] Morton. Morton is currently in New Zealand training to further improve his skills in the sport...

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What is your earliest memory of music?
What is your earliest memory of music?
Rose Matsunaga, Contributing Artist • March 11, 2021

A simple podcast that dives into the thoughts, memories, and lives of different people. Bringing to light the difference in perspectives at focus around the same topic. In this episode we go over the topic “what is the earliest memory of music” with three guests and the host Rose Matsunaga. Many more podcasts produced by Mid-Pacific's Writing for Media class available on Anchor and Spotify

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High school with COVID: what Mid-Pacific’s seniors are feeling
High school with COVID: what Mid-Pacific’s seniors are feeling
Jill Morimoto, Contributing Artist • March 10, 2021

We know that this year has taken a turn, for the worse or better in different aspects. For seniors all over the world, this last, most important year of high school is being taken from them. Jill Morimoto spoke to a few of her classmates and class advisors on the feelings of seniors. Want to know what’s to come and how your classmates are feeling? Listen to Mid-Pacific’s Seniors today! Many...

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How influencers can affect our self-image
How influencers can affect our self-image
Brandon Watanabe, Contributing Artist • March 9, 2021

A teenager discusses how fitness influencers affect teenagers who browse on social media to follow models/body builders/actors that share their workouts and show their physique. Many more podcasts produced by Mid-Pacific's Writing for Media class available on Anchor and Spotify

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