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Daisy Draper

Daisy Draper, staff writer

Daisy Draper is a junior and a new journalism staff writer. She loves to read and write. A few of her favorite books include The Great Gatsby, The Fault in our Stars, and The Hunger Games. 

She also enjoys hanging out with friends, spending time with her family and watching television and movies.

Daisy is still undecided about where she wants to go to college, but knows she must decide soon. She wants to go to a college that gives the opportunity of studying abroad. She loves to travel. She has traveled out of the country a few times to places including Costa Rica, Spain, and Portugal.

In journalism, Daisy hopes to improve on her writing skills. She is excited to be a part of the journalism staff.

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So much to do!

Schooled: Finals!

By Daisy Draper, staff writer
April 30, 2014
Kumu Julee Kaiaokamalie uses technology, including the Internet, in her middle school classroom. In a recent Pew Research survey, the majority of Americans felt that the Internet has been a good thing for themselves and society as a whole.

Most feel good about Web

By Daisy Draper, staff writer
March 17, 2014
In Mr. Kealii Mossmans class, it isnt enough to be physically present. To make sure they are there mentally as well, Mr. Mossman has students deposit their phones in desktop cups (circled). Other teachers have baskets or boxes to collect cellphones before class starts.

[Photo] Time to unplug

By Maile Sur, staff writer
March 17, 2014
Prom poster made by Damian Kuluhiwa with help from Lilia Lorenzo. Kuluhiwa asked Haley Kalama to prom with the poster. She said yes!

Schooled: Promposals

By Daisy Draper, staff writer
February 28, 2014
Ulu is made up of Kaulike Pescaia, Kepa Revelle, and Kapahanau Palakiko. They won first place for the ninth annual Nā Hōkū competition.

[Photo] Ulu wins Nā Hōkū 2014

By Destinee Murray, staff writer
February 13, 2014
It keeps piling up!

Schooled: A call for the death penalty

By Daisy Draper, staff writer
January 29, 2014
A Christmas tree ornament honoring Mama Perkins. This is a tradition in my house.

Schooled: Family traditions

By Daisy Draper, staff writer
December 30, 2013
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