Opinion: Chipotle, hear our prayers: Come to Maui

Aiden Gera, Staff Writer

October 12, 2015

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Maui is a paradise, with palm trees, beaches, and sunshine. We have amazing exotic foods and restaurants that line the beaches and malls, yet we don’t have a Chipotle. The lack of food establishments that the rest of the United...

Opinion: A guide to completing homework as a student-athlete

Anabela Cagen, Staff Writer

October 10, 2015

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As a Seabury Hall student athlete who will be graduating in May of 2016, I have learned a few things about being able to complete homework while still fully participating in sports. Since my freshman year, I have participated...

Opinion: Four kinds of music lovers: Which one are you?

Zofia Kayian, Staff Writer

October 10, 2015

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Music is an international language. Someone from across the world could be listening to the same Beyoncé song that you are listening to right now, and almost everyone secretly knows all the words to at least one One Direction...

Opinion: I survived, and you will, too!

Jessica Brown, Assistant Editor

May 21, 2015

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As a senior who is graduating from Seabury Hall in less than two weeks, there are several experiences from my high school career I will remember forever. That being said, there are also a lot of things I wish I knew as far back...

Opinion: A simple solution to a sticky situation

Jessica Brown, Assistant Editor

May 21, 2015

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I love gum. I think that it’s tasty and entertaining, and it can even improve brain function. The simple question of “Hey, do you want some gum?” can be a great icebreaker. But what I don’t love about gum is people...

Opinion: Rostvold vs. society: Challenging how society views women’s bodies

Mapu Andrade, Staff Writer

May 19, 2015

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You are blindfolded. You see nothing but blackness but feel the warm air around you dance across your bare skin. You hear the footsteps of college students patter around you. You are vulnerable to the gawking eyes of passersby...

Opinion: From an almost sophomore to an almost freshman: You will survive

Isabella Blair, Staff Writer

May 18, 2015

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At this same time last year, I was excited to be leaving my middle school days at Lokelani Intermediate behind, but I was also nervous about being a freshman in high school. I spent my summer worrying about who I was going to...

Opinion: The Thirty Meter Telescope: Desecration or scientific exploration?

Danielle Morton, Staff Writer

May 15, 2015

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The recent uproar about the Thirty Meter Telescope, (TMT) and Mauna Kea has spread itself far. All around the world, people connected to Mauna Kea are posting pictures on Instagram and Facebook supporting the preservation of Mauna...

Opinion: Maui’s fresh water, a public trust

Danielle Morton, Staff Writer

April 8, 2015

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Do you ever wonder where your shower, sink, and hose water comes from? If you guessed that it’s from our fresh water supply on the island, then you’re right. Although that may sound just to some, the island of Maui has been...

Opinion: I promise I won’t do drugs, so please stop giving me nightmares

Jessica Brown, Staff Writer

April 8, 2015

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I click on the trailer for the “Theory of Everything,” a movie about physicist Stephen Hawking, which seems like a relatively harmless video on YouTube. A yellow bar shows at the bottom of the screen. An advertisement. The...

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