Kapiʻolani Community College celebrated its 2019 graduates at the Hawaiʻi Convention Center on...Read More
Author: Nicole Fernandez
18-year-old Jamie Lee is a Liberal Arts major from Honolulu who has just finished his first year at KCC. Interested in anime, Lee hopes to be accepted into the Animation Department’s internship once he receives his Liberal Arts degree.
Lee works as an AVID tutor at Washington Middle School. Previously, he only tutored in its summer school program for four years while he was in high school, and now he tutors during the regular school year. The tutors help the students with work problems that they are having difficulty solving on their own in any subject.
In his spare time, Lee likes to play board games with his friends or practice his animation skills.
By Nicole Fernandez | Staff Writer In a world where the fight for equality and feminism is rising,...Read More
Adam Pada is a 21-year-old first-year student from Kahaluʻu. He is interested in a Computer Science degree, though he currently does not have an official major. He decided to attend Kapiʻolani Community College as Windward Community College did not have the classes he needed for that particular major.
Pada was always keen to get into the computer science field, as he loves working with computers and learning about their technology. He hopes to continue working with them once he graduates, but is unsure of his exact plans.
“I’m still trying to figure that out, though, my future,” Pada said, “Like everyone else.”
He works at Yamashiro’s Building Supply, which his family is connected to through the owner. It’s a simple job that allows him to focus mainly on his education, something that is important to him. In his free time, Pada enjoys going to the gym in order to stay in shape. There is not much spare time in his life because he prefers to concentrate on school and work.
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- Manny BatingaManny Batinga is in his second semester of college. At the age of 19, Manny is taking classes at two UH community colleges. While he is majoring in Fire at HCC, he is taking his Japanese language requirement at KCC with Kobuke sensei. Manny wants to major in Fire because he "wants to become a firefighter and help other people." Manny graduated from President William McKinley High School in 2016 where he earned a scholarship from the McKinley Foundation that aided him in attending college. In his free time, Manny enjoys weightlifting and working on his car, a 1986 Toyota Corolla.