By Gavin Arucan | Staff Writer With Spring Break starting, it’s the perfect time for...Read More
Month: March 2017
Hiromi Kijo is a first-year student attending KCC, majoring in hospitality. Originally from Okinawa, Kijo said that she sees Hawaiʻi as a place similar to her hometown.
“Tourism industry is so big in Hawaiʻi, so that’s what I choose to come here, Hawaiʻi, to study hospitality,” Kijo said.
Kijo said that it was her high school teacher in Haebaru, Japan, who influenced her to attend KCC for hospitality. She has known how to speak English for two years now, and is still trying to learn and understand English everyday. Kijo said she plans to go back to Okinawa to get a job after she finishes at KCC. Her dream is to be able to reach out to other countries from Okinawa through the tourism industry.Read More
By Lexus Yamashiro | Staff Writer In connection to this year’s International Festival theme...Read More
By Chris Takahashi | Staff Writer Maile Murphy, a 22-year-old culinary and patisserie student...Read More
BY KAYLA VALERA | STAFF WRITER New KCC club Planned Parenthood Generation Action is supported by...Read More
By Lexus Yamashiro | Staff Writer From March 20-23, KCC will be hosting its 29th annual...Read More
- Alisha Kahele-MannersAlisha Kahele-Manners is a second-year student majoring in nursing attending the University of Rhode Island and taking summer school courses at KCC. Kahele-Manners drew inspiration to take up this field of study from visits to her pediatrician, who she shared is a loving and caring doctor in which she was able to build a connection with. Although she is only attending KCC for summer courses, she said that she enjoys the environment of the campus and how small the classes are. "You can see the professors ... they make it easy to go and see them," Kahele-Manners said. "They provide a lot of resources to help you learn here." Kahele-Manners plays soccer during her free time, which is a sport that she developed a passion for during her time at Kamehameha Schools. She made the varsity team during her freshman year, and now, after being recruited to play for college, enjoys it even more, especially since it helps her to pay for tuition.