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WCC’s new Journalism instructor Kimberlee Bassford - Photo by Jessica Crawford

Journalism takes a new direction

Storytelling isn’t just a bedtime ritual—it’s a tradition deeply rooted in human civilization that traverses all mediums from speech to print to visual. Set to debut a video journalism course fall 2016, WCC’s journalism instructor and Ka ‘Ohana adviser Kimberlee Bassford believes in good storytelling. “Students will make their own […]

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NASA sends UHCC payload into space

NASA sends UHCC payload into space

A payload named PIP was launched into suborbital flight on Aug. 12 aboard a NASA rocket. It was the culmination of a year of designing, fabricating and testing for 16 students from University of Hawaiʻi’s Community Colleges at Honolulu, Kapi‘olani, Kaua‘i and WCC. Project Imua, named for the Hawaiian word […]

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Rain Bird reigns no more; Pueo has risen … and he’s hungry!

Rain Bird reigns no more; Pueo has risen … and he’s hungry!

One night, Professorial Overlord Barclay looked to the starry heavens (because it was nighttime), searching soulfully for an answer to life’s deepest question: what should the new name of our literary and art publication be? Out of the corner of his eye, he noticed a massive and culturally significant owl […]

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Celebrating banned books

Celebrating banned books

This year’s WCC Out Loud event will feature something new: banned books. “It’s a way to celebrate the freedom to read,” said English instructor Jenny Webster. The event will take place in the atrium of the library Wednesday, Sept. 30 from 4-5 p.m. Students and members of the public will […]

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