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Shane Kaneshiro

Shane Kaneshiro, editor-in-chief

Hi, my name is Shane Kaneshiro, Class of 2024. I grew up on the campus because my mom teaches here. One cool fact is that I volunteered to help the freshman class during McKinley’s 150th-anniversary luau when I was in the 4th grade. I trained for the Hapalua half marathon and completed it in an hour and 35 minutes. Other sports I enjoy are tennis, cross country and track.

I enrolled in Newswriting to help me get better with my writing during my freshman year. During the virtual year of 2020-2021, I found the past Pinion issues very intriguing. During my sophomore year, I interviewed a nisei veteran for the Nisei Legacy project that was partnered with the Star-Advertiser.  Another achievement I was able to participate in with The Pinion was to pass the Student Journalism bill in the legislature. Let me know if you have ideas you want me to write about at [email protected]

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Cafeteria manager Mark Miura scans a students ID. Having  your ID ready is heavily encouraged and helps move the line along faster.


December 11, 2021
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Stacy Cabusas is reading the first edition of the 100th volume of The Pinion. Every quarter the Pinion staff and advisor works together to design the print paper.

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December 10, 2021
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