This upcoming Friday night join RoxyOTM and multiple DJ’s for WhiteRabbit at the Republic for a fashion show featuring SCK FCK.
Ages 18 and over welcomed!
Doors open at 10p.m. and guest list closes at 11p.m.
Cover is $5 and may rise after 11.pm
Why would any college student want to take an English 100 class in the middle of the summer?
So they don’t have to do it in the fall, of course.
That seemed to be the primary motive of many students as the second summer session at Honolulu CC opened on Monday, July 6.
Fifteen students enrolled in an 8:30 a.m. English class said they were primarily there to get a head start on the college careers, finish one of their core requirements early or simply have something to do in the summer.
Brian deJesus, a 26-year-old student planning to study welding, said he wanted to “get it out of the way, so I don’t have to worry about it in the fall.”
It was a sentiment echoed by many others.
“It’s an accelerated course and I can get through it faster than in fall,” said Taeler Javier, a 20-year-old Kamehameha Schools graduate who is planning to attend Northern Arizona University next semester.
Several students, though, said they just needed something to do in the summer.
“I decided to take a summer class because I’m the type of person who likes to keep busy,” said Aimee Joy Tierra, 22, and a graduate of McKinley High School.
Summer session classes at HonCC run every day for six weeks. The semester ends in the middle of August.
The State of Hawaii is allowing campers to camp on Ala Moana Beach Park for this upcoming 4th of July.
Campers will not be allowed to bring animals or have any possession of alcohol during the camp out.
For full information go to video link > http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/clip/11651279/camping-allowed-at-ala-moana-beach-park-for-july-4-holiday?autostart=true
Used dirty syringes have been found throughout the years by canoe paddlers. Two years ago, canoe paddler, Gino Dayton said that one of his own canoe paddlers stepped on a bloody syringe and was rushed to the E.R. Thankfully, she didn’t contract anything.
Dayton also said that last Monday a needle was on the shoreline and that his 1 year old almost picked it up. Officials from the Department of Health are looking further into this issue.
For full article and video on this matter go to – http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/story/29459328/bloodied-syringes-found-on-shore-at-keehi-lagoon-beach-park