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UHM students have the option of getting vaccinated against influenza right on campus for a decent price with or without insurance. The height of flu season is widely regarded to be the fall and winter months, and with many immune systems being weakened by the pandemic, students should consid…

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“Form within a Form: Echoes and Reverberations” is Kennedy Theatre’s largest dance production of the year. Although their opening weekend has passed, there are still three more shows left to attend this upcoming weekend. 

After a two-week break, Tanner Haworth and Reece Nagaoka are back and the two talk about the future of the University of Hawai'i football team and what lays ahead of the Rainbow Warriors in terms of recruiting.

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The nervous and excited chatter of children could be heard from the idling cars as they waited their turn to experience Oahu’s haunted drive-through, which is open to all ages. But beware, not all trick-or-treaters can handle the fear factor that this experience delivers. Despite the line of…

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When I arrived at the garage for Pacific Rhythm’s band practice, it had just stopped raining. The air was thick, hot and muggy. I had only been to Kāneʻohe a handful of times so I had gotten lost on the way. 

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Many anglers grow up fishing with their fathers or grandfathers just as the sun is rising, but what makes fishing on Oʻahu special?