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Baseball and softball back on base

Students have lost many opportunities, events, experiences, and activities they love due to the now year-long pandemic. The pandemic started to take away from students’ lives during the spring of last year, including the cancellation of spring sports—including baseball and softball. The Kaiser baseball and softball teams’ seasons were stripped away from them last year,Continue reading “Baseball and softball back on base”

Petition against Aloha Stadium graduation gains 1000 signatures

In the beginning of March, a petition was made via google forms to protest the moving of the 2021 Graduation Ceremony to Aloha Stadium. The petition soon approached a thousand signatures, and in response, a presentation was made on March 11 to suggest to Principal Justin Mew the possibility for Kaiser Graduation to be heldContinue reading “Petition against Aloha Stadium graduation gains 1000 signatures”

Athletic scholarships arrive despite pandemic

Some students have been counting on receiving athletic scholarships, training for the sake of attending college. The Covid-19 pandemic wrecked those plans, as there are no sports seasons going on this year because of it. Despite this, some students were still offered athletic scholarships.  Senior Isabella Santa Cruz was offered a full-tuition scholarship to theContinue reading “Athletic scholarships arrive despite pandemic”

New Faces 2020: Dallas Uti

Where someone starts their journey is also where someone can end their journey. Kaiser has welcomed English teacher Dallas Uti. Every teacher has a story before they come to a new school and Uti’s started at Kaiser.  Uti is a Kaiser alumnus who grew up in Aina Haina. As a student, she always enjoyed English,Continue reading “New Faces 2020: Dallas Uti”