Student Work

Giving Back to the Community

The Kam family received a very well deserved and long overdue Christmas present this year - a home.  With the help of Habitat for Humanity Leeward, Henry and Florita Kam received the keys to their new home in Waimanalo on December... Continue Reading →

The Change of Thought #NonFiction

by Jiren Cao, ESL 23  One day I learned an important lesson from a mistake that I made in my English class at Honolulu Community College. I should be not negligent about my life. It all began with a homework... Continue Reading →

Midday Dusk Trot #Poetry

By Jacob Daniel Perri, Eng. 201  His feet strike the cool, moist pavement in the frosty, autmn air. The runner is winning the race to keep the lead. There's not a sound but his exhalation that forms clouds of white,... Continue Reading →

KA LA NEWS: Trust the ladies in black

A regular patron explains why she keeps coming back By Ana Monaghan Ka La staff writer This article was published in the Ka La's April/May 2014 printed edition. Regina Henry peers at her reflection in the mirror. Gold and silver... Continue Reading →

Best of Honolulu CC 2014: A place to go back to, Eng 201#StudentFiction

    By Garret Lang The stars come out, but they are not the stars I know The wind blows, but this is not the wind I know. The stars I know shine brighter in the dark The wind I... Continue Reading →

Best of Honolulu CC 2014: Shattered Glass #StudentFiction

    By Kristine Bautista, Eng. 201     The moon was full, and the neighborhood street was foggy. She’s coming for us, isn’t she?” cried my nephew. I nodded my head with terror in my eyes, and my skin... Continue Reading →

The Great King David

Poem by HonoluluCC's Creative Writing student David Anthony Dunlap King David conquered the giant Goliath although people tried to talk him out of it. David graduated high school and enrolled in college even though his grades were average. Kind David was... Continue Reading →

Memory of My Father

HonoluluCC student, Max Kanahele's creative writing poetry about his father.

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