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Vern Miyagi talks about nuclear preparedness -Susannah Shores

Locals react to North Korea’s nuclear program

In response to recent news regarding North Korea’s advancing nuclear capabilities, there have been a variety of reactions from WCC students and staff, city and county officials, and Kāne‘ohe community members. The reactions range from somewhat concerned to very concerned while some people just don’t care about the issue at […]

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Eat healthier this holiday season

Eat healthier this holiday season

Fall brings changes in the weather and the color of the leaves. The holiday season also begins in the fall. Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Eve and Day all provide family and friends opportunities to get together and share ‘ono food. However, even though everything tastes so good, indulging […]

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No-Shave November brings attention to men’s health

While October is full of pink ribbons, survivors’ walks and “save the boobies” bracelets for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, many people don’t know that November is Prostate and Testicular Cancer Awareness Month. According to the Movember Foundation, a multinational charity that raises awareness of and support for men’s health, 45 […]

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Justin Paz juked out a few defenders during a game - Leighland Tagawa

Intramural football keeps students connected with others

The intramural sports season has begun at WCC. This semester, students have the opportunity to play flag football. Games are played in a 7-on-7 format and take place at Leeward Community College and Moanalua Middle School over the two-month season. “I heard about intramural flag football and just thought that […]

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Scholarships make study abroad possible

Scholarships make study abroad possible

Students often think they can’t afford to study abroad. However, there is a long list of scholarships that can make your dreams of travel come true. I know this first-hand because they made my travel dreams come true. I am an older, disabled returning student, and I traveled around the […]

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Women's community correctional center

WCC explores classes for female inmates

For the first time, WCC is offering two classes at the Women’s Community Correctional Center in Kailua. It is part of WCC’s early college program, which seeks to enable and empower individuals such as high school students and inmates who are not able to attend traditional classes. Currently, the classes […]

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Students in the Polynesian Voyaging lab sail around Kualoa -Courtesy of Leimomi Dierks

Polynesian voyaging classes teach students navigation and culture

This year, 20 students will learn the skills of ancient Polynesian voyagers in SCI 160: Polynesian Voyaging and Seamanship. From learning how to rig a canoe to actually sailing out on the ocean, the course, which has both lecture and lab sections, aims to  teach students about Hawaiian history and […]

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