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Podcast: A student reflects on what she lost this year due to COVID-19
SGA builds campus community through daily events while students are off campus

SGA builds campus community through daily events while students are off campus

May 19, 2020

In an attempt to pull Mid-Pacific’s community closer together while being...

Teachers adapt and adjust to online learning environment

Teachers adapt and adjust to online learning environment

May 14, 2020

The teacher cradled his earphone microphone close to his face, trying to make...

2020 literary magazine takes a step in a new direction

2020 literary magazine takes a step in a new direction

May 11, 2020

The 13th edition of Ka Nalu Ola, the literary magazine for Mid-Pacific, changed...

Editor-in-chief says goodbye as unexpected school year comes to a close
Erin Goya, Staff Writer • May 22, 2020

What was supposed to be 180 days, ended up being only 168 days. Our time on campus this school year, which is usually 180 days of hard work, unforgettable memories, and fun,...

Pandemic makes us appreciate human interaction
Erin Goya, Staff Writer • April 9, 2020

Six feet apart. The social distance required between two people in order to stay healthy. But that’s easy right? People already sit six feet away from each other and don’t ...

Editorial Cartoon: Dreams and Reality
Editorial Cartoon: Dreams and Reality
Kimberly Oshiro, Contributing Artist • March 6, 2020

Technology: disconnect to reconnect?
Erin Goya, Staff Writer • March 6, 2020

Whether it’s the iPhone 11 or the newest Macbook, we have the power to connect ourselves with the rest of the world at our fingertips. However, does it really connect us...

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MClub offers a prize to the team with the most workouts
MClub offers a prize to the team with the most workouts
Tia Shimabukuro, Staff Writer • May 19, 2020

Tia Shimabukuro Staff Writer Due to COVID-19, sports have come to a screeching halt, but the MClub has created a workout challenge to ensure that all student athletes will...

Sophomore Shelby Honda exercises at home. PE teachers have changed their curriculum to encourage at-home workouts.
Physical Education classes make changes since students are working out at home
Kamm Kojima, Staff Writer • May 19, 2020

Breaking out a sweat, students in Mid-Pacific physical education classes trade the weights, rackets and balls they might use in a regular class for items around their house. With...

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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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Student News For Mid-Pacific
Student News For Mid-Pacific