Joshua Orimoto is in his third year at KCC and an early admit at UH Mānoa through it’s Air Force ROTC program. Majoring in Liberal Arts, Orimoto chose the Air Force because his grandfather was once in it, and for the financial benefits that he can use toward college tuition. During his free time, Orimoto enjoys flying drones to make videos.
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Lexus is a third-year college student and Lunalilo Scholar. She is passionate about writing and majoring in English to become a novelist. She writes her own books during her free time, and also enjoys taking photographs and playing music. Lexus can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Beau FujiiBeau Fujii is a third-year student attending KCC majoring in Liberal Arts. Striving to transfer into the EMT program on campus, the 21-year-old is working toward his intended career of becoming a fireman. Being that firemen are typically the first responders for any type of emergency, Fujii is hoping to get into the EMT program to gain knowledge in the medical field so that he can use valuable information learned in his future career. Fujii said that getting accepted into the EMT program is quite competitive, but he is confident that he will be able to get in and complete this one semester course to earn a certificate of completion. In the meantime, Fujii is looking for volunteer work in hospitals and is looking to take medical classes as preparation. As a worker for the Office of Student Activities (OSA), Fujii wants to remind students that registration begins on Monday, Nov. 6. Fujii can provide help to students as a Hoʻokele Peer Mentor in ʻIliahi 231.