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On Aug. 10., students lined up in the auditorium to get their free HOLO cards. Lines were long, and students waited around an hour to claim their free bus pass. Photo by Shane Kaneshiro
McKinley Distributes Free HOLO Cards
Kenvin Huynh and Jayson Jwanian
A student is getting her finger scanned. Photo by Jerome Linear.
McKinley Introduces Finger Scanning Technology in Lunch Lines
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Students and teachers played the game Sharks and Minows during the Welcome back assembly. Photo by Lukas Gaudier.

Photo by Lukas Gaudier
Students Attend McKinley's Welcome Back Assembly
Joseph H. Mai, Nhi Nguyen, and Jerome Linear
Nicole Suzuki-Uyeno, who graduated in 2000, was one of the former staffers interviewed. 

She said she had fun passing out The Pinion throughout the school and saying hi to her friends.
Centennial Series - Nicole Suzuki-Uyeno (2000)
Thompson Wong worked on The Pinion staff his junior and senior year.
Centennial Series: Thompson Wong (2019)
Kimura was a sports editor for The Pinion. Kimura worked with about twenty other Tigers to publish The Daily Pinion, an experience he said was sometimes “quite a hectic situation.”
Centennial Series: Wendell Kimura (1954)
Kate (Fukuki) Nishijima worked on The Pinion staff. She graduated in 1967. 

Nishijima said joining The Pinion made her learn a lot of things, such as working in a team.
Centennial Series: Kate (Fukuki) Nishijima (1967)
Stacey Yuen graduated in 1983 and was a reporter for The Pinion.
Centennial Series: Stacy Yuen (1983)
Patty Jinbo Oishi graduated in 1967 and was a co-editor for The Pinion.
Centennial Series: Patricia Jinbo Oishi (1967)
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