Kaiser students create non-gender specific court committee

By Ingus Stegis As early as 2013, LGBTQ+ high schoolers nationwide have run for homecoming and prom court positions, and in several instances, won their elections. However, these victories often resulted in controversy, escalating to bullying and harassment in extreme cases.  At Kaiser, this year’s homecoming court included sophomore Neil Frankel, who identifies as a… Read More Kaiser students create non-gender specific court committee

Kaiser’s Campus…5,000 Years Ago

The bell rings, the passing period starts, and it’s time for you to get to your next class. As you walk on the sidewalk, you look around, probably not thinking twice about Kaiser’s campus–and yet, two millennia ago, an extremely biodiverse dryland forest flourished here. Once prominent at low elevations, Hawaii’s dryland forests would have… Read More Kaiser’s Campus…5,000 Years Ago

Border Security: Facts Don’t Care About Your Feelings

A nation that cannot control its borders is not a nation. These are the words of Ronald Reagan, who served as president of the United States from 1981 to 1989, and they are now being repeated by our incumbent president, Donald Trump. Despite nearly 30 years passing, and with America’s increasing concerns over matters abroad,… Read More Border Security: Facts Don’t Care About Your Feelings

Signing day

For many students fielding athletic scholarship offers, the National Letter of Intent (NLI) Signing Day, which took place this year on Nov. 13, is a monumental event. Though the students would have already verbally committed to their schools, signing the NLI makes it official. From Kaiser, Lady Cougar varsity soccer players Madison Mora and Alyssa… Read More Signing day

Kaiser students represent the United States in World Tsunami Conference in Hokkaido

When you think about Japan, you first think about its picturesque landscapes, delicious cuisine, and advanced technology. Yet, as an island that rests directly on four tectonic plates, Japan is also heavily prone to tsunamis—in 2011, the Tohoku Tsunami wreaked havoc on the country and caused the deaths of more than 15,000 people. To directly… Read More Kaiser students represent the United States in World Tsunami Conference in Hokkaido

Kaiser students represent the United States in World Tsunami Conference in Hokkaido

By: Kayla Lum When you think about Japan, you first think about its picturesque landscapes, delicious cuisine, and advanced technology. Yet, as an island that rests directly on four tectonic plates, Japan is also heavily prone to tsunamis—in 2011, the Tohoku Tsunami wreaked havoc on the country and caused the deaths of more than 15,000… Read More Kaiser students represent the United States in World Tsunami Conference in Hokkaido