The April/May issue of Ka La, the student newspaper of Honolulu Community College, is now available all over campus. In addition to the usual interesting stories about campus events and people, the final paper of the semester, also includes a complete list of those graduating or receiving certificates from the school this semester, as well
Itʻs finally here. After an absence of more than 10 years, Art & Soul, the magazine of creative work from Honolulu Community College students, is back on campus. The full-color, 40-page magazine, Art & Soul, showcases the creative talents of students, whose skills range from traditional arts and literature to fire dancing and tattoo designs.
Photos by Chanelle Amoguis and Cameron Cole Oahu’s 12th annual Kawaii Kon convention kicked off on April 8, 2016 for a three day event filled with lots of anime, popular panelists, and bright cosplays for everyone to enjoy. Last year’s Kawaii Kon had more than 10,000 attendees, and this year’s Kawaii Kon held over 11,000
Longtime Native Hawaii sovereignty and health advocate Dr. Richard Kekuni Akana Blaisdell, has died, according to the UH School of Medicine. Blaisdell, 90, helped found the University of Hawaii School of Medicine and was the inaugural chairman of the then-Department of Medicine at the University of Hawaii at Manoa in 1966. He was a staunch