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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Local team teaches generations of swimmers

  Driving up the road to Windward Community College, there are huge grass fields on the right and left, a basketball court, football field, volleyball courts and a gymnasium. Families come to watch and enjoy games on Saturdays or to play in the park with their kids. The Kāne‘ohe District […]

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Tailgating, school spirit abound at homecoming

Tailgating, school spirit abound at homecoming

  On Oct. 15, the UH Rainbow Warriors football team hosted the UNLV Runnin’ Rebels at Aloha Stadium. It wasn’t an ordinary game, however, as it was the biggest game of the season for students: homecoming. More than 30,000 people attended the game, and the majority of them were students […]

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Students competed in soccer in past semesters at Moanalua Community Park in Salt Lake – Courtesy of Makana Tani

Intramurals: more than sports

  Making that game winning goal. Getting the game saving steal to secure the victory for your team. Scenarios like these are what people live for when playing sports, and Windward Community College students this semester can team up to challenge other community colleges on the island and UH West […]

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Kansas City Chiefs’ Christian Okoye with guest – Itzel Contreras Mendez

WCC students photograph Pro Bowl reception

The Pro Bowl came to Hawai‘i last month, and with it throngs of football players, cheerleaders and fans. Three days before the big game, I, along with nine other WCC students (mostly in journalism) got the chance to be in the middle of the action, serving as volunteer photographers at […]

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