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Trump’s travel ban: What you should know

After the backlash that he received when Executive Order 13769 was released on Jan. 27, President Donald Trump rolled out Executive Order 13780 on March 6 that makes significant revisions to guard against legal challenges. When Trump issued the original travel ban, it took effect immediately. Pre-approved refugees, students and […]

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Yelp extortion:  Is it fact or fiction?

  Since Yelp.com’s inception in July 2004, the online business review company has been accused of altering reviews of businesses that do not pay for advertising on Yelp. Despite these allegations, none of these claims have ever resulted in a successful ruling in court. So how true are these rumors? […]

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ASUH proposes increase to student activity fee

ASUH proposes increase to student activity fee

  For 20 years, every student at Windward Community College has contributed a $10 semesterly student activity fee that goes to the Associated Students of the University of Hawai‘i at WCC (ASUH-WCC). Also known as student government, ASUH-WCC uses the funds to plan and execute events on campus from festivals, […]

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Trump assembles his round table

  A major factor in every new presidency is figuring out who has direct access to the president. In the weeks leading up to Trump’s inauguration, the incoming president’s top aides hurried to figure this out in time for the big day. Outside of Trump’s cabinet is a private coterie, […]

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Title IX continues to impact school campuses

  This year marks the 45th anniversary of Title IX, the law that expanded educational opportunities for America’s women. It was co-authored by Hawai‘i’s late Congresswoman Patsy Mink and signed into law by President Richard Nixon on June 23, 1972. The law states:  “No person in the United States shall, […]

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Top row, left to right: Mike Pence, Rex Tillerson, James Mattis, John Kelly, Jeff Sessions, Mike Pompeo. Middle row, left to right: Scott Pruitt, Rick Perry, Steven Mnuchin, Andrew Puzder, Tom Price, Michael Flynn, Nikki Haley. Bottom row, left to right: Reince Priebus, Steven Bannon, Wilbur Ross, Elaine Chao, Ben Carson, Betsy DeVos, Linda McMahon. Michael Flynn and Andrew Puzder have been replaced by H.R. McMaster and R. Alexander Acosta respectively – Courtesy of Livetradingnews.com

Trump’s Cabinet begins to take shape

  By the time Donald and Melania Trump had their first dance at the inaugural ball Jan. 20, President Trump had two Cabinet members in place. Two weeks into his presidency, he had six. Trump has the fewest Cabinet secretaries confirmed at this point in his presidency than any other […]

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Maori culture abounds at WCC’s sister college

  Since 2012, WCC has had a sister college called Te Whare Wananga O Awanuiārangi located in Whakatane, Aotearoa (New Zealand). I was fortunate to visit there during my study abroad adventure. Awanuiārangi first opened its doors in 1992 in Whakatane and now has three campuses on New Zealand’s North […]

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