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Taking evening classes has its advantages

Taking evening classes has its advantages

Having trouble scheduling classes for next semester? Consider an evening class. Classes that start at 5:30 p.m. or later are considered evening classes at WCC. There are different reasons why students opt for evening classes. They might work 9 to 5 or have children or parents to take care of […]

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Participants drum and move to the rhythm of Drums Alive by Karen Watanabe – Debbra Baetz

Blue Zones Project promotes health

Free massages, yoga, a smoothie bike ride, a keiki food demonstration and a 75-foot inflatable obstacle course were a few of the activities at the Blue Zones Project Ko’olaupoko kickoff event on Oct. 16 at WCC. Blue Zones Project is a national program administered by healthcare company Healthways to help […]

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Governor Ige to hold ‘Town Hall’ at WCC

Governor Ige to hold ‘Town Hall’ at WCC

WCC students, faculty and staff and the Windward community will have a chance to discuss some of the state’s most pressing issues with Gov. David Ige at a town hall meeting Monday, Oct. 26 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in ‘Ākoakoa 101-105. Students are especially urged to attend the event, […]

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2015 Windward Ho‘olaule‘a

2015 Windward Ho‘olaule‘a

Success! It was a beautiful day for the 2015 Windward Community College Ho‘olaule‘a on Oct. 3. Thousands of O‘ahu residents turned out to enjoy the excellent entertainment, food, crafts and fun.

WCC’s Haunted Village rises from the grave

WCC’s Haunted Village rises from the grave

Are you worried of trick-or-treating nowadays? Do you hesitate bringing your keiki to scary places that can give them nightmares? On Friday, Oct. 30, from 6 to 8:30 p.m., WCC’s Center for Aerospace Education (CAE) will revive its Haunted Village, an otherworldly place minus the creepy factor. “Haunted Village is […]

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Alumna opens annual pumpkin patch

Alumna opens annual pumpkin patch

For the 6th year straight, Waimanalo Country Farms, a family-run business owned by WCC alumna Shawn Kadooka and her husband Dom, is opening its Waimanalo Pumpkin Patch. Starting Oct. 3 through Halloween, the patch will be open every weekend from 9 a.m to 5 p.m., and weekdays from 9 a.m. […]

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Come to WCC’s Ho‘olaule‘a Oct.3

Come to WCC’s Ho‘olaule‘a Oct.3

Bust out the coolers and beach chairs, load the family in the car and drive on over to Kāne‘ohe, it’s time for the 15th annual Windward Community College Ho´olaule´a. On Saturday, Oct. 3, WCC will once again roll out the welcome wagon. If you enjoy local entertainment, ´ono food, a […]

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