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All the world’s a stage for senior Shannon Domingsil

All the world’s a stage for senior Shannon Domingsil

Janelle Medrano, Editor

April 14, 2016


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Senior Shannon Domingsil is no stranger to the stage. A performer since the age of five, Domingsil has found singing to be her passion as she was greatly influenced by her mother. Domingsil said, “My mother loves to sing and has been a part of our church choir for a long time even before I was bo...

Chocolate proves surprisingly beneficial

Chocolate proves surprisingly beneficial

Zoierae Hill, Reporter

April 13, 2016


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Don’t feel too bad after eating that chocolate. Chocolate, like many things, is good and even has health benefits in moderation. Chocolate may reduce the risk of stroke. It is also known to lower blood pressure, cholesterol and the risk of heart disease. Dark chocolate contains inflammation-fi...

Michigan water crisis endangers its citizens

Michigan water crisis endangers its citizens

Zoierae Hill

April 8, 2016


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Lack of clean water has long been a concern for many parts of the world. This problem has now presented itself in the United States, a phenomenon that has been going on for almost two years. In April 2014, Flint, Michigan, switched its water source from Lake Huron to the Flint River. The switch was...

Cosplayers anticipate newly declared ‘Kawaii Kon Days’

Cosplayers anticipate newly declared ‘Kawaii Kon Days’

Kailanianna Ablog, Reporter

April 8, 2016


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Groups of creatively-dressed cosplayers will take over Waikiki this weekend with the quick approach of the annual anime convention Kawaii Kon. Held at the Hawaii Convention Center, Kawaii Kon is organized by a group of directors from Hawaii and the mainland for the “local otaku community.” The ...

Cinnamon seasons palate with possibilities

Cinnamon seasons palate with possibilities

Kailanianna Ablog, Reporter

April 8, 2016


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Cinnamon is a flavor favorite for many. The sweet and savory spice comes from the bark of trees from the genus “cinnamomum” and has been a popular seasoning since Biblical times. Egyptian Queen Hatshepsut even used it in her perfumes!   According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, ci...

Performing drives freshman passion

Performing drives freshman passion

Kailanianna Ablog, Reporter

March 16, 2016


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You should be nervous,  afraid even. You peek out from behind the curtain, taking in the audience who eagerly waits for your performance. Memorized lines, dance moves and practiced gestures flood your consciousness. What if you forget your part, you think. People will be watching; will they notice a...

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