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Homeroom Halloween Decorations

Homeroom Halloween Decorations

Noe Nekotani, Reporter

November 8, 2016


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Breaking away from the old tradition this year's halloween celebration kicks off the year with a new surprise from SHA. Classrooms are to decorate homerooms in accordance to the rules set by the school's life team, the class who wins the competition is rewarded with a pizza party provided by the sch...

Bringing order to the court

Bringing order to the court

Ashley Marie Lardizabal, Reporter, Webmaster

November 1, 2016


Filed under Blog, Showcase

“Oh yeah, it’s just another building that people work in. No biggie,” I shrugged, moments before entering the Prince Kuhio Federal Building. One by one, my classmates and I passed through the beeping metal detector. We were on a field trip for our Advanced Placement (AP) U.S. Government and Politi...

Freshman Initiation: As told by a Little Sister

Freshman Initiation: As told by a Little Sister

Noe Nekotani, Reporter

September 29, 2016


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Freshman Initiation is a long-time tradition at Sacred Hearts Academy, and contrary to what it sounds, this “initiation” doesn’t include hazing or humiliation but rather fun and fellowship. As a new freshman at the Academy, I initially had a mix of feelings about the tradition–both afraid bu...

Freshman Initiation: As Told by a Big Sister

Freshman Initiation: As Told by a Big Sister

Rochell Ann Agapay, Reporter

September 29, 2016


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Sacred Hearts Academy just wrapped up Freshman Initiation Week, when freshmen are officially welcomed to the high school. It’s an exciting time of year for everyone, but for the juniors, it means becoming “big sisters.” As big sisters, we take the lead in welcoming our “little sisters,” t...

Diving into real-world journalism with the IUCN Congress

Diving into real-world journalism with the IUCN Congress

Kailanianna Ablog, Reporter, Opinions Editor

September 26, 2016


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As I ran through the back of Makiki Valley, jumping over rocks and fallen leaves, dodging puddles of mud, it hit me. I was completely surrounded by nature, on my way up the trail to what would be the biggest interview of my high school journalism career. The heavy tripod I slung over my shoulder...

Who is ready for the ‘Middle of Here and Now?’

Who is ready for the ‘Middle of Here and Now?’

Taylor McKenzie, Reporter, Media Editor

September 20, 2016


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What does the phrase “Hawaiian art” mean to you? If palm trees and hula dancers come to mind, then you aren’t alone. These stereotypes plague the minds of many, including myself. My expectations for Hawaiian art were always astronomically low; that is, until I learned about the Honolulu Biennial Fou...

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