Two dispensaries in Hawai’i were approved in the first week of August to sell medical cannabis to qualified patients, 17 years after Hawaiʻi first OK’d the use of it for medicinal purposes. Chris Garcia reports.
Take a seat, pour a drink, kick back and relax. Eddie Meza, reporter, takes an undersea dive adventure off the Kona coast on the Big Island of Hawai’i this past summer.
For a student with a disability who might find college life difficult to approach, support from Student ACCESS makes the college transition easier. Student ACCESS is charged with ensuring that disabled students have equal access to the same educational facilities and programs that any other student would have on the campus.” Reporter Jonz Stoneroad sits with ACCESS to find out more.
Many music listeners pay attention to the voice, lyrics, or beat structure of a song, but few rarely wonder how it all comes together to sound just right. That’s the job of people like James Ho, a recent audio engineer graduate of HonCCʻs MELE (Music Entertainment and Learning Experience) Program. Janica Marie Pascua tells us more.
Students and faculty can now seek help with domestic violence issues through the Domestic Violence Action Center on campus. The center helps the college community via the Survivor Advocate Program, which provides “advocacy services for gender-based violence impacting the campus community.” Chelsea Stewart is HonCC’s campus survivor advocate.
This story was originally posted January 15, 2015. Some Honolulu Community College students are getting a rare opportunity to participate in a research project