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Leeward and The Digital Age

By Chance Nakazato
Illustration by Megan Ridings

 

Society and technology go hand-in-hand these days. People walking around, their eyes glued to the screens of their mobile devices, creating an ocean from the tops of their heads.

Regal Cinemas Theatre: A whole new viewing experience

  
by Coe Snyder
 
The new Regal Cinemas Theatre in Kapolei is celebrating its grand opening tomorrow at 10:30 a.m. Additionally, the Regal Kapolei Commons 12 is a 12-auditorium luxury venue featuring large reclining seats and a theatre menu unlike any seen on O‘ahu.

Students to seek employment at 12th annual College, Career and Job fair

by Ka Mana‘o staff
photo courtesy of Leeward Job Prep Services
*List of employers/orgranizations provided by Leeward Job Prep Services
 
       At the Lion Courtyard tomorrow, Leeward’s Job Prep Services division will be hosting its 12th annual College, Career and Job fair from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Wednesday News: Cheetos, cloud seeding and colonizing the moon

Compiled by Ka Mana‘o staff
This week: Cheetos, cloud seeding and moon colonies

Campus Traffic Disruptions

There are a few temporary disruptions for campus traffic this week, are you prepared?

Wednesday News: Drive-by rap battles, $60 braces and Han Solo

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This week: Rap battles, braces and Han Solo

The Hawai‘i Republican Caucus: My first time was disappointing

by Ryan Sims

photo courtesy of Gage Skidmore | Wikimedia Commons    

 

When you reach a certain age, certain civilian rights are bestowed upon you. At 16, one can get a driver’s license. At 18, a person has the right to vote. At 21, the purchase of alcohol is legal. However, of all these rights one stands above them all — the ability to vote and have a say in who runs the government.

Wednesday News: Superman memory crystals, organic burial pods and the Breakup Shop

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Wednesday News: Free tuition, robots and hashtags

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This week: Free tuition, robots and hashtags

Wednesday News: Fitbit heartbreak, urine and death by prop

Compiled by Ka Mana‘o staff

This week: Fitbits, urine and death by prop.

 

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