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Readers read recycled stories

Readers read recycled stories

Silvana Bautista, co-editor
April 25, 2015
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Ecclesiastes 1:9 says “What has been will be again, / what has been done will be done again; / there is nothing new under the sun.” This holds true to book plots as well. According to English journalist and author Christopher Booker, in his book The Seven Basic Plots: Why We Tell Stories, there ...

Fiction wins over non-fiction among MHS students

Fiction wins over non-fiction among MHS students

Karrina Johnson and Yunmi Kim
April 17, 2015
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A survey was done of 712 MHS students. Eighty-two percent said they prefer fiction over nonfiction books. As for the types of fiction, mystery earned 311 votes, romance 351 votes, thriller 194 votes, science fiction 196 votes, historical fiction 131 votes, fantasy 362 votes , horror 167 votes,...

To ditch or not to ditch

To ditch or not to ditch

Sammie Yee, reporter
March 17, 2015
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Truancy is a problem. “We should have in school suspension,” teacher Christopher Martin said. Martin also said motivation plays a big part in whether students ditch or not. I have many friends and classmates that ditch certain classes simply because they hate the class and this problem has...

Pet Peeves

Pet Peeves

March 6, 2015
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Anela Chavez, Max Higa, Karrina Johnson...

Student going through two worlds

Student going through two worlds

Yunmi Kim, Reporter
February 25, 2015
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Senior Yasmin Wiggan speaks English and Japanese. She juggles between the two different cultures on a daily basis. Wiggan was born in Nagasaki, Japan at a military hospital and went to Osaka during her preschool years. She then moved to Hawaii with her mother to live with her father, “so that we...

There’s something about Sherry

There’s something about Sherry

Karrina Johnson, Reporter
February 24, 2015
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Born in Vietnam, senior Sherry Lu has been doodling from a young age. Lu moved to California for middle school, and Hawaii for high school. Lu has lots of hobbies, such as singing, dancing, and playing the piano. There was one hobby that she focused on more. Drawing. Lu said there was no specific...

Dress to Impress

Karrina Johnson, reporter
February 21, 2015
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Going to McKinley is a nice change for freshmen because most of the middle schools in the district have some types of uniforms. Students from Washington, Kaimuki and Stevenson Middle Schools said that their uniform was just a basic tee shirt with their school logo. Stevanie Pasion from Cathedral Catholic...

Seniors choose their majors and careers

Lin Song, Co-editor
February 2, 2015
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College applications were submitted. Graduation is approaching. Parties begin. But seniors, have you already decided what you want to learn in college? Senior Yuzhu Zhang is taking AP Calculus and accounting at school now. She came to study in America from China in her junior year. Her deep int...

Chihiro Mase gets beyond bone cancer restrictions

Chihiro Mase gets beyond bone cancer restrictions

Silvana Bautista, co-editor
January 31, 2015
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It is impossible to know a person at first glance. Chihiro Mase is a 15 year old McKinley sophomore who likes to play around with her friends. She plays the alto saxaphone for the band. At home, she likes to take naps and eat. She seems like a typical high school student but this is not the case. Mase...

Black and Gold Week

Black and Gold Week

January 28, 2015
Filed under Features, Photo Slideshows, Showcase

   

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