Tuesday, September 25, 2018

On the path to help the hungry

Humanitarians often have one trait in common that takes them forward in their missions to heal and save the world. The trait is empathy,...

She performs the priceless job

Helping others comes naturally to some, but not many would consider volunteering on their birthday. Chanelle Camello wouldn’t spend her day doing anything else. Camello,...

Living a lifestyle worth loving

What does it mean to be vegan? For Stephanie Winnard, it means choosing to eat a plant-based diet, protecting animals and raising awareness about the...

Former rapper has ‘No Limit’ to her potential

If you were a celebrity, would you ever consider returning to school? Rapper, mother, student—she’s done it all and is coming back for more. After...

Here’s Rojas with the weather

From commercial work to weather broadcasting, Bryan Rojas, a media arts freshman, always had an ear for the radio. Interning and working for a...

Dang, that girl can (volunteer) work

A first-year college student with a helping hand looks forward to a lifetime of giving back. She volunteers, but hopes to make contributions in...

The Buck(ley) stops here

Life in Hawaii is often portrayed as more relaxed and care-free than on the mainland. Newly appointed Interim President Larry Buckley, a Hawaiian native,...

Fostering the broadway dream

With cherry red lips and bouncing curly hair, Leah Foster lets a flurry of rehearsed lines escape from within, as student actors leap and...

Playwrights and prisons

The arts are often used as an escape. English instructor Dustin Lehren found that incorporating literature in juvenile halls allowed at-risk youth a creative...

Revelation in communication

The path through life is rarely direct. But, for one faculty member, its twist and turns has led to a comfortable and gratifying position...