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Column: ‘O wai ke kū mai i luna no ka Mauna?

Synopsis: It has been suggested that the management of Mauna Kea would be better executed under state control. The current manager, the University of Hawaii, disagrees. Lost in this dispute is the fact that Hawaiians should make the decision. Read more

Ka po‘e hana haeweli kūloko o ‘Amelika

Synopsis: The President is being accused of inciting insurrection. With 11 days left in his term, it is anyone’s guess what he might do for an encore. As for punishment, anonymity is worse than ignominy. Read more

                                Axis deer.
I make ke kia o Moloka‘i i ka make pololi

Synopsis: The axis deer of Molokai are dying as a result of famine stemming from drought conditions. The original seven deer that were gifted to Kamehameha V in the 19th century have proliferated into an ecological problem. Read more

                                Hawaii linebacker Darius Muasau holds up the trophy after the team’s 28-14 win over Houston in the New Mexico Bowl.
Column: Lanakila ‘o UH ma ka New Mexico Bowl i Texas

Synopsis: The New Mexico Bowl was played in Frisco, Texas this year during all the COVID confusion. Despite being picked as 7.5-point underdogs, the University of Hawaii came away with an impressive 28-14 victory over the Houston Cougars. Read more

Column: Me he moka lā i puhia a wela e ka lua

Synopsis: There is a new toilet in town! It operates on very little energy as it incinerates both solid and liquid waste. It is being piloted on Moku o Loæe by the Hawaiæi Institute of Marine Biology. The ashes can be recycled and used as fertilizer. Read more

Column: Na ka wiwo ‘ole nō e mihi i ke kuhihewa

Kudos to University of Hawaii Provost Michael Bruno for reversing a decision to proceed with the hiring of a new director for the Institute of Astronomy during a hiring freeze. As we can see in the world of national politics, it’s not easy to reverse course. Read more

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