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Column: ʻO ka maʻa ka hopena o ka hoʻomaʻamaʻa

Synopsis: Learning language out of context can yield an ability to create decontextualized sentences, but is worthless for actual communication. Read More

Column: Lele paha i ka pō ke poʻouli

Synopsis: Another unique native bird might be extinct. What is our responsibility as Hawaiians and people of Hawaiʻi to conserve the precious creatures that also call Hawaiʻi home? Read More

Column: ʻAʻole hiki ke hōʻino i kahi mea ua ʻino?

Synopsis: The state has decided that since the summit of Mauna a Wakea has already been developed, there is no danger that further development will degrade the already degraded. Read More

Column: Ili ka waʻa ma nā kapakai o Punipainu

The dominance of verbal constructions in Hawaiian may be due to English influence. More traditional writings exhibit a better balance between verbal and nominal forms. Read More

Column: He aupuni hoʻokamani: no ka lehulehu na ka lehulehu

Synopsis: “For the people, by the people,” that is the hypocrisy of democracy. This idea is not an easy one to swallow for the many whose trust in democracy is implicit. Read More
 

Column: ʻOi kau ka lā

Synopsis: The Lanikai pillbox trail in Kailua, Oʻahu, is a well-known family-friendly hike that is traversed daily by the hundreds. You may, however, want to reconsider bringing the family dog along, due to the high risk of heat stroke and heat exhaustion. Read More

Column: A ka International Market Place ʻo Kalani

During a recent stroll through the International Market Place, the author pondered the state of authentic Hawaiian cultural representation in Waikīkī. The IMP’s “Celestial Pool” reminded him of more dire issues facing the Hawaiian community. Read More

Column: E Hawaiʻi ke kula, e Hawaiʻi ke kanaka

Synopsis: Pīkoʻokoʻo is a Native Hawaiian initiative designed to transform UH-Mānoa into a Hawaiian Place of Learning. Can UH-Mānoa promote a Hawaiian sense of place without excluding students who do not share these values? Read More
 

Column: Nele i ka Hakahaka Pani ʻOle ʻIa

Synopsis: It is difficult to find Hawaiian-speaking substitute teachers for immersion schools. Students suffer as a result. If you speak Hawaiian, you might consider applying. Read More

Column: Ka pali kahakō lele a koaʻe

Synopsis: The double doors fronting Webster Hall have remained partially inoperable due to the inability of the makai facing entry to open properly. While student fees and tuition have risen consistently, services seem to have declined. Read More

Column: I Mea Aha Nā Moʻolelo

Synopsis: This article is about a new movie project entitled “The King” and the casting of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as Kamehameha Paiʻea. This choice has generated much controversy. Read More

Column: He hana kā Hirono? He oki loa paha kā Kavanaugh

Synopsis: Political positions lie on a continuum. U.S. Sen. Mazie Hirono’s is closer to Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s than mine, as a captive participant in American politics. Read More

Column: He Ahi ʻĀ Nopu Hōʻae

Synopsis: A catastrophic fire destroys nearly the entire collection of a Brazil museum, including an important Hawaiian gift. This tragedy serves as a serious reminder to all museums and caretakers of knowledge to have contingency plans in case of emergency. Read More

Column: He aloha ka mahalo i ke kūʻai ʻia

Making money by selling Mahaloha burgers (mahalo + aloha) decreases markedly the value of Hawaiian words in Hawaiʻi. This callous disregard for such important Hawaiian words represents a net loss for the Hawaiian language. Read More

Eia aʻe kahi makani pāhili ʻo Lane: Aloha ʻino kākou!

As we prepare for Hurricane Lane, we should exercise more aloha by not overstocking on certain necessities. We should remember that others have similar needs. Read More
 

Alohe ē ke ʻahi i ka pokē ʻia

This week, we continue our examination of the word “pokē” (as it is spelled on the Aloha Pokē Website), and whether or not it is a real Hawaiian word. If it is not, should we be concerned about its co-option? Read More

He aloha ē ka iʻa i ka poke ʻia

The appropriation of language is certainly of importance, but we must not forget some of the more egregious inequities inherent to existence under colonial rule. Read More

Ua mau anei ka pono o nā kānaka ʻōiwi?

The Restoration Day celebration at Thomas Square, where the Hawaiian flag now flies alone, gives hope to those of us who support a completely independent Hawaiʻi. Read More

Ahuwale ana ka pū o ka halihali ākea ʻia mai

The second amendment rights of a Hawaiʻi man have been upheld, allowing him to carry a handgun for protection. In what way does this protect the populace? Read More

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