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Water safety: Shallow water can be dangerous

At least 20 million people visit the shores of O‘ahu every year, and beach and ocean recreation play a major role in the lives of both visitors and residents as well.

In Hawai'i, water sports flourish

Water sports flourish throughout Hawai‘i with its flashing ocean, surfable waves, pristine coastline, tropical lagoons, and radiant weather. People flock from all over the globe to bask in the sun on white sand beaches and play in the aqua-green sea.

   

Walk on the Wilde Side

One of the luminaries of Victorian England was Oscar Wilde, poet, writer, dramatist, bon-vivant, and ex-convict. Wilde was celebrated for his biting wit, usually expressed in elegantly brutal observations of life around him. And he became a celebrity wit without the benefit of HBO or a late-night talk show. Here are some of his more famous bon mots:

   

Students on the Mall

The bus strike in Honolulu started Sept. 2 and has affected everyone on the island. Therefore, we wanted to ask our students in what ways they had been affected.

 

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