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{Ka La News} Robotics team finishes 6th in Japan meet

This article was published in the Ka La’s January 2014 printed edition. Honolulu CC students experienced an opportunity of a lifetime competing in the 22nd annual Nagoya Micro Robot Maze Competition held at Nagoya University in Japan last semester. Competing as Team Hawai’i Robotics led by adviser and Assistant Professor Norman Takeya, students competed in various phases of […]

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{Ohana Love} Welcome Cindy Yang

We are pleased to announce the hiring of Cindy Yang as a Fiscal Specialist in the Business Office.  She is graduate of University of Hawaii at Manoa with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Human Resources Management and attended Honolulu Community College.  She has been employed by the College Business Office as a Student Assistant and Fiscal […]

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KA LA NEWS: From Kansas to Finland to Honolulu CC

By Edlynne Harrell-Sanchez Ka La staff writer This article was published in the Ka La’s April/May 2014 printed edition. April Ching likes to help people. Maybe that’s why she is such a good teacher. Ching, who grew up in Kansas and taught for a while in Finland after going there as as an exchange student in […]

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KA LA NEWS: School increases efforts to bring high schoolers to the campus

  Amazing-Grace Etelagi Ka La staff writer This article was published in the Ka La’s April/May 2014 printed edition.   Over 100 students from Kaimuki, Waianae, and Roosevelt high schools toured Honolulu Community College this month as part of an event hosted by the Outreach program. Booths were set up by the Cosmetology program, the […]

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Ka La News: More than 800 graduates will get certificates, degrees

By Amazing-Grace Etelagi Ka La staff writer This article was published in the Ka La’s April/May 2014 printed edition.   More than 820 people are expected to graduate from Honolulu Community College this year with certificates and degrees, a significant jump over previous years. The increase stems, in part, from a new process to “auto-award” the certificates […]

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{Free Workshop} Social Media 101: Staying Connected

Free Social Media workshop on Friday, February 28th from 11AM – 12PM.  We are holding our workshop at PCATT, Building 2, Room 501. Let’s learn about the wonderful world of Social Media together! Open to all Students, Faculty, and Staff.

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{Ohana Love} Welcome to our Ohana, Cassandra Kam

  Cassandra Kam is the new Disability Specialist in Student ACCESS.  Prior to joining Honolulu Community College, Cassandra was the Employment and Special Projects Coordinator at The Arc in Hawaii.  She has five years of experience working with individuals with disabilities in a variety of capacities, including working with students transitioning from high school to […]

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{Ohana Love} Welcome to the family, John Stanley

Please welcome John Stanley who joined our campus ohana on December 2, 2013.  Stanley is the new Institutional/Policy Analyst for the Office of Planning, Policy, and Institutional Research at Honolulu Community College. Prior to joining Honolulu CC, Stanley was an Institutional Analyst at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. While at Manoa, Stanley specialized in […]

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First Day of School

7 Things to Expect during your First Day of Class

There is a lot of anxiety when it comes to first day of school.  Will I like my professor?  Will there be a lot of group work?  I hope my outfit looks great.  I hope there is a hot guy/girl in my class.  Why did I pick a 8:30AM class?!?!? Whatever your anxiety may be, […]

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Building 2

Getting used to it

By Delia Fabro Ka La staff writer If you are one of the many students grumbling over the construction work in Building 7, get used to it. The disruption is going to be around for at least two more years.  The 40-year-old building is getting a top-to-bottom makeover that will require at least three years […]

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