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Kurt Hueschen, editor

Scars of World War II on both sides

In June 2001, two things happened: the regular medical examination of Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bomb victims was held at Kuakini Hospital, and the movie Pearl Harbor premiered on the deck of the aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis.

   

Why raise Ehime Maru?

It has been more than six months since the tragic collision of the Ehime Maru, a Japanese fisheries training vessel, with a U.S. nuclear submarine. The bodies of nine people remain on board, including four 17-year-old high school boys. The delay was due to the expense involved and concern about hazards to the environment.

 

Too late to buy the dollar

Why does my tuition keep on getting more and more expensive every semester? Is HPU jagging up the tuition? Yes, but the 5 percent increase effective this summer is not what hurts European students the most.

 
   
 
   

Medicinal Marijuana - One year later

It has been a little over a year since Governor Ben Cayetano signed a bill making Hawai‘i the eighth state to legalize medicinal marijuana.

 
   

Stem cell: The larger issue

By approving Federal Funding for Stem-Cell Research only on embryos that are already no longer viable, President George W. Bush took a moderate, short-term solution that does little to resolve the larger issue of medical research vs. human rights.

   
   
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