Mililani Times

Know Your Roots Blog: Plants and Mental Health, Pt. 1: Natural is Not Always Better

Leigh Berry, Reporter

March 13, 2020

A lot of times, the conversation about drugs like nicotine, THC and opium (all plant-based) centers around the outward effects of these substances -- sores, cysts, cancer, physical decay -- or what mental illnesses can cause the ...

On the Topic of TikTok

On the Topic of TikTok

March 13, 2020

Mililani Travel Update

Mililani Travel Update

March 12, 2020

Mock Trial: Students Compete in Pseudo Legal Competition

Alexander Ozawa, Reporter

March 9, 2020

     For the past twelve years, Mililani High School’s mock trial club, advised by social studies teacher Jason Duncan, has been participating in nationwide legal trial competitions. Students in the club act out being invol...

Plan, Prepare, Protect: Mililani Disaster Preparedness Team Hosts New Mini-Fair

Maya Hirano, Copy Editor

March 9, 2020

      Located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, the Hawaiian Islands are relatively isolated from the rest of the world and highly vulnerable to natural disasters such as tropical depressions, hurricanes and flooding. On Apr...

Inspired in Hawai‘i: Six MHS Students Place in T.C. Ching Contest

Danean Wurlitzer, Reporter

March 9, 2020

     On Nov. 8, students from kindergarten through twelfth grade submitted their final products for the tenth annual Clarence T.C. Ching Foundation “Inspired in Hawaiʻi” Contest. The students were asked to make a video, poster,...

Revolutionizing Through Science: Nakasato, Carney, Beeler Move On to ISEF

Chanelle Camero, Community Editor

March 9, 2020

       At this past Hawai‘i Central District Fair, hosted by the Hawai‘i Academy of Science, Sophomores Ashlynn Carney and Caleb Beeler placed second and Senior Alex Nakasato placed first. The trio received an automatic ...

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