The continued closure of the Kaiser PTSA Farmer’s Market has left an unfillable void in the Kaiser community. Vendors have lost their incomes, and market-goers have lost access to the culinary delight that was the market. With no further Department of Education (DOE) announcements in sight, there is little hope that the market will returnContinue reading “Kaiser PTSA Farmer’s Market falls victim to COVID”
On December 7, Kaiser High School will reopen its gates to Kaiser seniors, with the rest of the student body to return in the 3rd quarter. Principal Justin Mew has introduced a phased reopening plan, with students coming back one grade level at a time, to prevent any potential COVID-19 super-spreader events centered at theContinue reading “Kaiser seniors to return December 7”
We live in a community where fermented fruit juice poses a greater threat to our youth than a semi-automatic rifle—or so says the law. When an American youth turns 18, they are awarded many privileges, including the ability to venture into the realm of political parties and positions through voting, to possess a weapon designedContinue reading “A toast to a lower drinking age”
With the school bell broken, students debate whether administration should bring it back.
After the recent demonstration at Kaiser, students discuss the continued construction of the TMT.
Fall is here—the season of comfy, cozy clothes and pumpkin spice lattes. While to some, Hawaii’s year-round summer may seem like a blessing, many complain that the lack of seasons limits opportunities to wear anything more than t-shirts and shorts. Although we don’t have typical autumn weather like other parts of the world, we canContinue reading “Outfits to fall for”
Contributed by Tony Ou. Illustration by Nicole Iwamasa. As students, we’d like to think that the college applications we work so hard on are reviewed word-for-word, but that’s just not the case. According to the U.S. News and World Report, colleges can receive up to ninety thousand applications every year, making it impractical for humansContinue reading “CollegeBoard fails the test”
Celebrating its 30th anniversary as a Broadway production, the iconic musical Phantom of the Opera, performed by the Phantom of the Opera North American Tour, arrived in Honolulu to deliver a spectacular performance. Producers Cameron Mackintosh and Lauren Connor’s Phantom made its premiere on August 7 at the Blaisdell Concert Hall with new scenery andContinue reading “Phantom of the Opera: A Killer Musical”
Colin Morikawa Always ready to help, Colin Morikawa is a familiar face from Niu Valley Middle School now working as one of the two behavioral health specialists for our Kaiser community. Morikawa is dedicated to ensuring good mental health and helpful behavioral counseling for all grade levels. He strives to provide the right tools forContinue reading “New Faces”
This September, Kaiser celebrated a tradition that is beloved in high schools across America: Homecoming. Here at Kaiser, Homecoming week provides students with not only the occasional break from classes but also a chance to show their love for their graduating class and school. Homecoming week can be different in every school and every year,Continue reading “Homecoming 2019”