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KS in the news: November edition

Nov. 8, 2023

Kamehameha Schools students, alumni and staffers are making far-reaching impacts. From standout athletes to determined researchers, our people are inspiring communities near and far. Check out the latest "KS in the news" roundup to read more.

Kamehameha volleyball star Adrianna Arquette stands out at any position (Honolulu Star-Advertiser, paid subscription required)

KSK haumāna Kaydn Ito photographs Israel/Palestinian protest in NY (KITV)

KSM alumni's passion fueled by Maui wildfires (Ka Leo O Hawaii)

Hōkūleʻa's journey through California continues to draw crowds — and familiar faces (Hawaiʻi Public Radio)

Kamehameha Schools Strategists Join Data Collaborative For Hawaiian Research (Ka Wai Ola)

Kamehameha Schools In the Top 5 Of Hawaii's Most Charitable Companies In 2023 (Hawaii Business News)

Hawaiian eatery Waiahole Poi Factory expands to new location with help from KS competition (Hawaii News Now)

Jim Kauahikaua KSK'69, former chief scientist at Hawaiian Volcano Observatory, dies at age 72 (Honolulu Star-Advertiser)

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