"Typeepee," A Quest to Restore a Man's Penis

By Tyla Smith

Robots, nuns, cupid strippers, a broken sex god, penis traps, and desperate virgins are just the outer layer of the Leeward Community College theatre production of “Typeepee.” The play, which continues this Friday and Saturday, takes viewers on a sexual romp through gender stereotypes, out-dated religious thought, college sexual expectations and the colonization of Hawai’i.

Job Fair returns Wednesday

The 11th annual Career, College, and Job Fair is returning to Leeward Community College Wednesday, April 9 from 9 a.m. to noon in the concourse and Eucalyptus Courtyard. More than 70 employers and 30 colleges will be here to help students reach their educational and professional goals.

10 years and going for Kawaii Kon

By Jasmine Bautista

Hawaii’s very own anime convention, Kawaii Kon, will once again be hosted at the Hawaii Convention Center this Friday through Sunday. It’s a yearly three-day spring event that brings awareness and appreciation to Japanese animation.

Will Hawaii Join the Joint?

By Elijah Yamauchi | Photo by Jesse Butcher

With the legalization of marijuana in the states of Washington and Colorado, people can start reconsidering whether pot really is only for radical hippies. The prospect of legalizing the use of marijuana has certainly elicited a number of opinions.

Occupation Palestine

By Tyla Smith

On Sawsan Ahmed’s asylum papers it reads “without a home.”

What the Doctor Ordered: Education or Addiction?

By Jessie McGeary  |  Photo by Jesse Butcher

With the exceptional amount of stress and responsibilities a college student has, it is not a wonder why so many students turn to vices to get them through their days. Coffee and energy drinks are among the most widely used, though with access to other things, some students turn to more touchy sources of energy.

Restaurant Reviews: 5 vegetarian/vegan restaurants on Oahu

By Christie Gora | Photos by Tyla Smith and Thomas Breeze

If you have debated giving up eating such things as meat and eggs to live a healthier lifestyle, but still crave the taste of these non-vegetarian foods, you might be pleased to know that there are many restaurants offering similar dishes that appeal to vegetarians and vegans.

Leeward Campus Security: The good, the bad, the heavy-handed

Media Lies

Commentary by Tyla Smith | Photo by Benjamin Gilbert

Stand-Up Comedy: When is it offensive?

Commentary by James Mane | Photos by Matthew Hirata

You may have witnessed comedy shows where the comic talks about everyday things and swears a lot, but you may also have been to shows where the comic makes fun of religion, ethnicities, sex and/or sexual orientation and doesn’t swear at all.  Of such themes in comedy, which one is considered offensive?  

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