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Hawaii DOE Releases Revised Data on Student Suspensions

Release of the data comes amid efforts to correct what the DOE says was erroneous counts of students suspensions in the 2015-16 school year.

This Is What Scientists Would Be Missing If The TMT Doesn’t Go On Mauna Kea

Scientists are already jockeying for time slots for ambitious research projects on the proposed Thirty Meter Telescope and another giant telescope being constructed in Chile.

‘A Real Injustice’: Katherine Kealoha Still Stands To Collect $680K From Grandmother, Uncle

Gerard and Florence Puana are still on the hook for the verdict in a civil case that happened before the Kealohas were convicted on criminal charges stemming from the same situation.

How Did American Samoa Become A Wellspring For Football Talent?

Nearly 50 players of Samoan descent have played in the NFL in recent years — nearly 40 times their proportional representation in the U.S. population.

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A Universal Perspective Upon The Altar Of Mauna Kea Cory Lum/Civil Beat

A Universal Perspective Upon The Altar Of Mauna Kea

There is no greater tribute to humankind than an eye to the stars and a hope for humanity.

What Has Astronomy Done For Us? Quite A Lot Flickr: Mike Durkin

What Has Astronomy Done For Us? Quite A Lot

For starters, it guided humanity into civilization by making agriculture and navigation possible.

Religion Versus Science On Mauna Kea Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Religion Versus Science On Mauna Kea

It’s time to listen and learn from indigenous sisters and brothers

Wake Up, Hawaii: It’s Not All About A Telescope Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Wake Up, Hawaii: It’s Not All About A Telescope

Building the TMT on Mauna Kea is assertion of dominance by an outside interest. Again.