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About the Author
Samuel Wilder King II is an East-West Center Graduate Fellow currently pursuing a J.D. at the William S. Richardson School of Law and a Masters in Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. His extracurricular activities at UHM have included student government and investigative journalism. Prior to coming back home to study he traveled to more than 30 countries around the world, including working in Iraq and Afghanistan, studying in Egypt and volunteering in India, Zambia and Thailand. He is a graduate of Georgetown University with a B.S. in Middle East Regional Studies and a certificate in Muslim Christian Understanding. He was born and raised in Hawaii and is a proud graduate of Punahou School.
News In Brief
Abe Won’t Visit Pearl Harbor
Japan’s prime minister made the remarks amid President Obama’s trip this week to Hiroshima.
Calls To Fight Rapid Ohia Death
Government officials from Hawaii County to Washington, D.C., are seeking to step up efforts to control the tree fungus growth.
New Lava Flows From Puu Oo
The two flows from the Kilauea vent on the Big Island are moving in different directions but are not yet threatening communities.
Gov. David Ige says he is open to a report’s recommendations for stronger regulation and monitoring of chemicals sprayed by seed companies.