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Fanfare, barbecue, golf and boos

By CALVIN WOODWARD Associated Press WASHINGTON – Through history, the Fourth of July has been a day for some presidents to declare their independence from the public. They’ve bailed to the beach, the mountains, the golf course, the farm, the ranch. In the middle of the Depression, Franklin Roosevelt was sailing to Hawaii on a fishing and working vacation. It’s also been a day for some presidents to insert themselves front and centerin the fabric of it all. See HOLIDAY Page A5 President…Read more

The story collector

By GRANT PHILLIPS Hawaii Tribune-Herald Walter Dudley was finishing up a lecture at the University of Hawaii at Hilo in the early 1980s when inspiration struck. He was teaching marine science to a night class of veterans and, having served as an Army engineer officer and a counterintelligence agent, he would talk storywith students during the break. “I was giving a scientific lecture on tsunamis, and during the break, they started telling me their own stories,” Dudley said. “They…Read more

‘I can see litigation coming’

By ESME M. INFANTE The Honolulu Star-Advertiser/TNS The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling last week striking down affirmative action in college admissions and favoring a “colorblind Constitution” has some educators and legal experts debating whether there may be ripple effects for Kamehameha Schools, the University of Hawaii and other entities and programs that are focused on Hawaiian people and culture. The court said Thursday that race cannot be a factor in college admissions. Conservative…Read more

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