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Spring 2021, Ka Hue Anahā: Journal of Academic & Research Writing

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Title:Spring 2021, Ka Hue Anahā: Journal of Academic & Research Writing
Keywords:Student Publications
College student newspapers and periodicals
LC Subject Headings:Kapiolani Community College -- Students -- Periodicals
Date Issued:2021
Publisher:Kapi'olani Community College. Board of Student Publications
Description:Ka Hue Anahā publishes academic and research writing in all disciplines and programs and from all courses, except for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math research reports, which are published in a separate journal. The name, given by LLL Department Chair and Hawaiian language instructor Nawa’a Napoleon, translates as “The calabash of light” or “The wellspring of reflected ligh,”t and is meant to reflect the diversity of opinions and spectrum of culture our island state fosters, and also pays homage to the concept of ‘welcoming ideas from across the curriculum’ previously engendered in the 2004-2006 publication called Spectrum.
Pages/Duration:36 pages
Rights:Kapiolani Community College. Students retain all publication rights to their work.
Appears in Collections: Ka Hue Anahā

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