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Kenta Seo is originally from Tokyo, Japan. He has been in Hawaii for five months and is pursuing a degree in Hospitality. Seo would like to stay in Hawaii, but thinks his options are limited due to visa restrictions.
He is currently working on an ESOL class so that he can improve his English for upcoming pre-requirements.
Back in his home country, the 27-year-old used to be a swimming coach. He did that for nearly 10 years.
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Pono Kuliaeloaʻa Naʻauao Hōlualoa Kahili lives in Maunolaha with his wife and extended family. Kahili is 75 percent Hawaiian. His name was chosen by his father and is roughly translated to concepts of “enlightenment” and “wisdom.”
Although he currently works in the engineering department of a hotel loading dock, the Liberal Arts major is uninterested in the field. Instead, he wants to pursue something in the area of mechanics after he is done at KCC.
“I wanna be able to fix something,” he said. “Look at it and fix it … I’m thinking about doing that.”
In his free time, Kahili likes to work in his yard with his grandma. She does the planting and he helps by doing the heavy labor when they work together.Read More
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- Kiyomi SandersKiyomi Sanders is in her first year at KCC majoring in Liberal Arts with plans to eventually transfer to UH Mānoa. Sanders is hoping to double major in Classics and something in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics field. With finals quickly approaching Sanders is worried about remembering everything for her cumulative exam in Math 135. Her math class is an accelerated course that covers a new section of the curriculum every week. So instead of having one math course over a 16 week semester, her class broke up into two math classes that are 8 weeks each. Sanders expresses her concerns for exams, not necessarily because of the difficulty, but because of the exhaustion she is feeling as she nears the end of the fall semester. "I'm not really worried about finals being really hard, I'm more worried about the fact that I'm so burnt out from the whole semester that I'm having a hard time doing really simple things."