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Who Is Our Neighbor?, Kate Henreckson 2018 Dordt College

Who Is Our Neighbor?, Kate Henreckson

Dordt Voice, 2016-

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Dordt's Default Rate Well Below National Average, Sarah Moss 2018 Dordt College

Dordt's Default Rate Well Below National Average, Sarah Moss

Dordt Voice, 2016-

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Student Entrepreneurs, Sarah Moss 2018 Dordt College

Student Entrepreneurs, Sarah Moss

Dordt Voice, 2016-

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Campus Visit Days: An Inside Look, Kate Henreckson 2018 Dordt College

Campus Visit Days: An Inside Look, Kate Henreckson

Dordt Voice, 2016-

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Sanford Health Partners With Dordt In Research, Erika Buiter 2018 Dordt College

Sanford Health Partners With Dordt In Research, Erika Buiter

Dordt Voice, 2016-

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Concert Band Raises Money For Hospice House, Lydia Marcus 2018 Dordt College

Concert Band Raises Money For Hospice House, Lydia Marcus

Dordt Voice, 2016-

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Hats Off To My Fair Lady, Kate Henreckson 2018 Dordt College

Hats Off To My Fair Lady, Kate Henreckson

Dordt Voice, 2016-

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Leah Zuidema, Fulbright Scholar, Erika Buiter 2018 Dordt College

Leah Zuidema, Fulbright Scholar, Erika Buiter

Dordt Voice, 2016-

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Being Light, Sarah Moss 2018 Dordt College

Being Light, Sarah Moss

Dordt Voice, 2016-

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Always Winter, Never Christmas, Erik Hoekstra 2018 Dordt College

Always Winter, Never Christmas, Erik Hoekstra

Dordt Voice, 2016-

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A Letter To You, KuʻU MoʻOpuna, Nanea Lo 2018 University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa

A Letter To You, KuʻU MoʻOpuna, Nanea Lo

Mānoa Horizons

I wrote this poem on the island of Molokaʻi on a huakaʻi (journey) to this place. I went with a group of amazing individuals of a cohort for a Political Science course in Indigenous Politics called Nā Koʻokoʻo, taught by Professor Noelani Goodyear-Kaʻōpua. In essence the class served as the Koʻo which means to support so the class as a whole is meant to kākoʻo one another like the walking stick koʻokoʻo. We spent a week on Molokaʻi in where we were challenged to dig deep into our experience there and formulate spoken word, poems, and to articulate our feelings ...


The Virtue In Propaganda: A Dramatic Play, Michelle V. Huynh 2018 University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa

The Virtue In Propaganda: A Dramatic Play, Michelle V. Huynh

Mānoa Horizons

We have all learned about the controversies, brutalities, and legalities of the Vietnam War. However, an aspect we never learn about is of the Vietnamese. One may immediately think of the Việt Cộng or Bác Hồ, but there are thousands who are looked over and forgotten—“war babies.” This directly translated word from the Vietnamese language describes a small group of minorities who were born of American soldiers and Vietnamese mothers. Being born during the war, many babies were either abandoned or killed because of the prejudice towards the American military. Similarly enough, my mother is a Caucasian woman born ...


The Possibilities Of Integrating LāʻAu LapaʻAu Into Physical Therapy: A Full-Body Approach To Recovery, Kuaiwi Laka Kahiwakapu Pili I Haupapanui Makua 2018 University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa

The Possibilities Of Integrating LāʻAu LapaʻAu Into Physical Therapy: A Full-Body Approach To Recovery, Kuaiwi Laka Kahiwakapu Pili I Haupapanui Makua

Mānoa Horizons

In the spring of 2017, I took the HWST 385: Lāʻau Lapaʻau II: Advance Medicine lecture taught by Kumu Keoki Baclayon at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. While taking the course, I was given the simple task of completing a short research paper with the freedom to choose my own health topic as long as the interest pertained to a potential thesis or dissertation. Since my desired career was in physical therapy, I decided to do qualitative research on how lāʻau lapaʻau (traditional Hawaiian herbal medicine) can be integrated into that medical practice. For my research methods, I sought ...


Lucky Return, Ashley Queen Lamug Ganti 2018 University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa

Lucky Return, Ashley Queen Lamug Ganti

Mānoa Horizons

Life is a mosaic of what we experience, and while everyone experiences different situations, one common trait that we all share is the inevitable encounter of loss. Lucky Return raises the concern of how to respond to these encounters, and addresses the theme of dealing with loss. However, the purpose of this creative piece is not to provide instructions on how to deal with loss because there is no single correct answer; instead, its purpose is to capture just how fickle the experience of loss may be. In order to do so, the poem uses the narrative of sudden loss ...


Fading Away, Alyssa Roberts 2018 University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa

Fading Away, Alyssa Roberts

Mānoa Horizons

This memoir examines the numerous ways an illness can affect an individual and their loved ones. In addition to its physical effects, an illness can also take an immense, emotional toll on the individual and heavily alter their relationships with those around them. While some may become overwhelmed with their loved one’s illness, family and friends who choose to adopt a caregiving role embark on an inspirational yet difficult journey themselves. Witnessing my grandmother’s battle with Alzheimer’s disease enabled me to realize an entire new aspect of illnesses, and my goal for this memoir was to embody ...


A Few HawaiʻI Poems, Rowena Leihuanani Rojo 2018 University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa

A Few HawaiʻI Poems, Rowena Leihuanani Rojo

Mānoa Horizons

This is Rojos’ first poem book.


E Lele Ka ʻUhane, Jessica Anuhea Carpenter 2018 University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa

E Lele Ka ʻUhane, Jessica Anuhea Carpenter

Mānoa Horizons

When we think deeply about where we have come from, what we have done, and where we are going, a lot of reflection is required. Remembering and reflecting are fundamental to growth and paving the way for future prosperity. There are so many pieces of one’s self that are easy to forget; culture and the environment may be two of those pieces for some of us. I have come to look at both of these in tandem: as one growing, breathing entity. I write poetry in response to the past, current status of, and future of my culture and ...


Bus Stop People, Fiona Lynch 2018 University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa

Bus Stop People, Fiona Lynch

Mānoa Horizons

“Bus Stop People” is a short story that is rooted in my daily experience, inspired by people I’ve met as a regular rider of Oahu’s public transit system. Like virtually all of my realistic fiction, this story attempts to shed light on a broad social problem—in this case mental illness—through the narrow lens of individual characters in dialogue-driven prose. In this story, I focused on the complicated relationship between Lila, a young woman struggling with mental illness, and her younger sister, Ava. I stretched as a writer by attempting complex characterization, with each character serving essentially ...


Bright Light, Black Rain, Hikaru Shinagawa 2018 University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa

Bright Light, Black Rain, Hikaru Shinagawa

Mānoa Horizons

This short poem is meant to convey the horrors of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. I was born in Hiroshima and have family in the city, so the question of the bombings is something that hits very close to home. What pushed me to write this was several statements made by Shigeru Ishiba, former Secretary General of the Liberal Democratic Party of Japan. Shigeru has stated that Japan should maintain the capacity to build nuclear weapons (Dawson), and in late 2017 argued that Japan should allow the United States military to deploy nuclear weapons in Japanese territory (“Beigun ...


In A Day, Robert Francisco Nieto 2018 University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa

In A Day, Robert Francisco Nieto

Mānoa Horizons

“In a Day” is the author’s first serious attempt at writing poetry. The artist statement explores several themes in the poem, such as love, devotion and faithfulness; silence; and the innocence of childhood. Stylistic influences from Edgar Allen Poe and Emily Dickinson are also outlined. The reader of “In a Day” will find much thoughtful content in this free-verse creative work.


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