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Compare the candidates: Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump

Compare the candidates: Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump

  Let’s take a look at where the next Commander-in-Chief of the United States stands on some of the pressing issues of 2016.   Immigration   How the next president deals with the estimated 11.4 million unauthorized immigrants in the U.S. could reshape the country’s demographic, social and economic landscape. […]

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Journalism instructor Kimberlee Bassford conducts an interview for her 2008 PBS documentary Patsy Mink: Ahead of the Majority – Courtesy of Kimberlee Bassford

Students explore creativity through video journalism

  This semester, WCC is offering a new course, JOUR 270: Introduction to Multimedia Storytelling, in which students learn how to use video, audio and photography to report news and documentary stories for the web and other distribution platforms. According to journalism instructor and Ka ʻOhana faculty adviser Kimberlee Bassford, […]

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Sustainability Matters, with Christian Palmer

Sustainability Matters, with Christian Palmer

In this monthly column, anthropology instructor and faculty chair of the sustainability curriculum committee Christian Palmer shares with us the latest developments WCC is taking toward becoming a more sustainable campus.   The S-Designation   As you look through the course catalog, you might notice some courses have an S- […]

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Get ready for the 16th Windward Ho‘olaule‘a

  Join the festivities as WCC and the Kāne‘ohe Business Group celebrate the 16th Annual Windward Ho‘olaule‘a. The free, family-friendly festival takes place Saturday, Oct. 1 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on WCC’s Great Lawn. The homegrown celebration will feature the sounds of Brother Noland & Friends, Jerry Santos, […]

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Gracie Berkley and Patrick Hascall help promote WCC journalism – Cynthia Lee Sinclair

College and career fair helps students

On April 12, WCC’s semi-annual college and career fair was held to help students find career and college transfer options. The one day event hosted myriad employers, colleges, and universities in Pālanakila courtyard. Participating students took in the sights and sounds of the event while they engaged with vendors and […]

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Spring 2016 staff (clockwise from top left:) Deborah Higa, Gracie Berkley, Itzel Contreras Mendez, Dutches Richards, lab assistant Armi Habal, adviser Kimberlee Bassford, lab assistant Patrick Hascall, Cynthia Lee Sinclair and Ka‘ainoa Fernandez (not pictured: Zachary Rupp-Smith) – photo by Patrick Hascall

Congratulations to WCC’s student newspaper

Ka ‘Ohana (the family) garnered another first place national award from the American Scholastic Press Association. The newspaper has ranked among the top winners in the ASPA competition for the past 21 years. Ka ‘Ohana was recognized by the judges as “an exceptional newspaper” and “a wonderful example of how […]

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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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