The Kapi`o student newspaper was first published by Kapi`olani Technical School when it was located at its old Honolulu campus on the corner of Pensacola Avenue and Kapi`olani Boulevard. In 1965 Kapi`olani Technical School realigned its programs and became part of the open door community college system of the University of Hawai`i and was renamed Kapi`olani Community College.
The only issue in this digital collection from the Technical School is Volume III, Issue 5,dated June 2, 1964. Kapi`o continued production through the decades and the last semester of print issues was Spring 2011. As of Fall 2013, Kapi`o continues mostly online through its website.
The majority of the newspaper issues digitized for this collection belong to the Kapi`o office, managed by the Board of Student Publications. The Lama Library at Kapi`olani Community College hopes to digitize more of the printed issues and add them to this digital collection.
If the reader has an issue that has not yet been added to this collection and would like to have it scanned, please contact the Digital Initiatives Librarian at email@example.com.
804 newspapers; 3 informational documents.