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
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
Oahu Independence Day firework and locations will be at … Turtle Bay : 8:00p.m. Magic Island/Ala Moana Regional Park (Tune into KSSK for live firework soundtrack), Schofield Barracks, Ko Olina Resorts, and Kailua Beach Park : 8:30p.m. Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam : 9:00p.m.
Honolulu Community College will hold its spring commencement ceremonies on Friday, May 16 at the Waikiki Shell. The ceremony starts at 5:30 p.m. Those planning to attend are advised to get there early because parking in the area is very limited. And if you know people who are graduating from other UH schools this semester,