Homework Woes

Trinity Aquino-Quisano, Reporter

October 12, 2020

The concept of homework has long been debated. Students do work at school and then go home only to do more work. However, it may be more than just students complaining about work. Homework may be beneficial as it provides more ...

Climate Change

Darienne Malaluan, Reporter

November 15, 2019

On August 29, 2019, ten melon-headed whales were found stranded on a beach on the Island of Maui. Out of the five whales that have died, four had to be sedated and euthanized by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration...

Navigating the Misinformation Age

Keona Blanks, Editor

March 6, 2019

Picture this: a smiling Catholic high school student and his classmates donning MAGA hats. They’re standing in front of a chanting Native American elder. Sounds like a moment that could be interpreted in many ways, right? Well, it w...

Illustration by Keona Blanks.

Our Disconnected Generation

February 26, 2018

Medical Marijuana Legalized in Hawaii

Sofia Domingo, Reporter

December 4, 2017

In the year 2017, Hawaii Legislature approved the dispensary of medical marijuana, however, it is only used to treat medical conditions. On August 9, 2017, Aloha Green started to let patients, with their dispensary licenses, purc...

Letter From Editor

Makena Pauly, Copy Editor/ Website Manager

October 29, 2017

Dear Readers, Since this website is fairly new and most people are also new to Ewa Naupaka itself, introductions are in order. I am Makena Pauly the Copy Editor and now the Website Manger of Ewa Naupaka, my personal goal is ...

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