I would like to think that I had a sheltered K-12 experience. Thanks to my parents and their generosity, I had the privilege of going to one of the best private college prep schools in Hawaii. I received a great education in a top-notch environment, and because of this, bullying didn’t play a critical role […]

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I begin each semester vowing to stay away from the dessert section of the dining hall, to eat healthy and to exercise on a regular basis. All of that motivation lasts about two weeks. Now in the final four weeks of the spring semester, here I am binging on anything remotely chocolate-based and coming up […]

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By Danny McCarthy, Staff Writer @thedanosaurus Malala Yousafzai has become to youngest person to ever be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize at the age of 17. But if you’ve been following her story, the Peace Prize is not even the pinnacle of her achievements. At age 11, her diary was published anonymously, detailing her struggle […]

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By Stacy Schoonover, Staff Writer @stacyscootover With Spring Break only days away, school is the last thing students (myself included) want to think about. But staying on top of school during the break can really help your stress  level and well being for the remainder of this semester. Here are some tips you can use to […]

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By Amy Gorel, Staff Writer Chugging a coffee during the last five minutes of lecture, distractedly checking social media, my foot is tapping on the ground and I’m hoping that the professor lets us out early. He gloriously says, “Okay, any more questions?” Sweet. I’m out of here. Going to print out that paper due […]

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By Hilary Ribons, Staff Writer @hilaryalexisr It’s almost election time. And with a few televised political debates under our belts, it’s time to start considering who we are going to vote for. Though it’s truly entertaining to watch two politicians verbally duke it out, I was left at the end of the debates still seriously […]

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