Opinion pieces from our writers to set you thinking.
- Standardized testing set up to failby Anson L.As high school students, we have to look past graduation and be prepared for the future. And in that future, there will be two paths to choose from: either starting a career, or going toContinue reading “Standardized testing set up to fail”
- Time to eat localby Natalie ClayHawaii, despite its reputation as paradise, has its fair share of problems, one of which is food security. Currently, Hawaii only produces roughly 10-15% of its necessary food supply, while the remaining 85-90% is importedContinue reading “Time to eat local”
- Open Letters: The recent electionby Cougar ConnectionThe 2020 presidential election was a source of great controversy nationwide, and as such, individuals here at Kaiser have opinions as well. We asked two teachers with contrasting views for their take on the legitimacyContinue reading “Open Letters: The recent election”
- The reason for Hawaii’s peaceful protestsby Natalie ClayAfter prolonged police violence towards African Americans, George Floyd’s death was the final indignity that pushed the nation towards outrage and protest. Hawaii News Now reported protesters on the mainland United States breaking in windows,Continue reading “The reason for Hawaii’s peaceful protests”
- CollegeBoard fails the testby Ingus StegisContributed 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 theContinue reading “CollegeBoard fails the test”
- TMT debateby Ingus StegisAfter the recent demonstration at Kaiser, students discuss the continued construction of the TMT.
- Students ring in on the broken bellby Ingus StegisWith the school bell broken, students debate whether administration should bring it back.
- A toast to a lower drinking ageby Ingus StegisWe 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,Continue reading “A toast to a lower drinking age”
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