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2016 Windward Ho‘olaule‘a

The 16th annual Windward Ho‘olaule‘a on Oct. 1 went off with a bang with excellent entertainment, ‘ono food, plenty of activities and a large variety of goods for sale. Here are a few photos . Photos by Patrick Hascall

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The lawn transformed into a graveyard for the village walk – Courtesy of the Center of Aerospace

Something spook-tacular is coming to WCC

The Center for Aerospace Education and The Imaginarium at WCC will host its annual Haunted Village on Friday, Oct. 28, from 6-8:30 p.m. in the courtyard outside Hale Hōkūlani and Hale ʻImiloa. There will be many activities for attendees like free face painting by Phi Theta Kappa, a spooky storytelling […]

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Expand your knowledge about manō

Expand your knowledge about manō

  Last month, President Obama more than quadrupled the size of the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument located in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands and in doing so vastly expanded the protected area for sharks and other marine life. The Hawaiian word for shark is manō. Sharks played many different roles in […]

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Family restrooms on campus will be replaced by all gender restrooms – Courtesy of Keyword-Suggestions.com

LGBTQ community takes another step forward

  The LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender and queer) community has been a hot topic the past few years. In December 2013, Hawai‘i became the 15th state in the nation to legalize same-sex marriage. Then Twitter went all out in 2015 to show its support for the LGBTQ community with […]

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Courtesy of Palomarr

Coffee, coffee and more coffee

Lazy days are the best. But when we do have to be productive adults, there is only one thing getting our butts out of bed. Coffee. “The moment the fragrance reaches his nostrils … the eyes grow bright, a healthful color and natural fullness returns to the cheeks, smiles wreath […]

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People wait for the bus along Kea‘ahala Road in Kāne‘ohe. – Dutches Richards

Poor bus service creates hardship for residents

The Bus has reduced its service on the windward side, affecting some of the most vulnerable members of society such as the elderly, disabled, lower-income and working families. It also affects WCC students who rely on its service to get to campus–and to class–on time. Former WCC student and Kahalu’u […]

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Chef Reza Azeri sits at the bar top of his restaurant Baci Bistro located in Kailua. – Kristen Kumakura

Cooking with passion at Baci Bistro

He runs back and forth in the kitchen, opens the walk-in fridge and freezer, checks to see if the line is ready and chops up fresh vegetables all while keeping an eye on a pot of simmering fresh tomato sauce. Baci Bistro executive chef and co-owner Reza Azeri is always […]