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Spring 2009

Life was different back then. George Ariyoshi presided as Governor. Kalapana recently released Many Classic Moments. Bobby McGee’s was Waikiki’s hot spot. And ‘Iolani was a school for boys.
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Spring 2009 - Other News | School

An Insider’s View of College


At the college panel were, Director of College Counseling Todd Fleming, Austin Barnes ’06, Harvard; Josh Busse ’07, University of Southern California; Lucy Liu ’07, Boston Univeristy; Lace Yamamoto ‘08, UH Manoa; Codi Limm ’07, Notre Dame’ Lauren Fukuda ’06, Creighton University; Evan Nakatsuka ’05, Occidental College; and Brandon Young ’04, UCLA.
Urban or rural?  Big or small school? Pac 10 or Ivy League? Public university or private college?

These were topics that recent ‘Iolani graduates shared with the current senior class during the annual alumni college panel on January 5 in Seto Hall.

Director of College Counseling Todd Fleming opened the panel

“What’s the food like in college?” asked one senior.
“The food’s great at my school,” answered Codi Limm ’07, who attends Notre Dame.
The panel was conducted by Director of College Counseling Todd Fleming, in cooperation with the alumni office and the ‘Ohana parent organization. Students shared the factors leading towards their college decisions and answered questions.
Following the panel, seniors met with members of the Class of 2008 in a college fair setting.

Members of the Class of ’08 returned for the fair following the panel: Rachel Kimura, University of the Pacific; Caitlin Mizoshiri, University of the Pacific; Taylor Chock, Whitman College; Cherisse Sen, University of Southern California; Michelle Morioka, Occidental College; Dayna Chikamoto, Occidental College; Michael Hackler, University of Southern California; Christina Tamaru, Whitman College; Alison Ross, University of Puget Sound; and Samuel Cheng, Carnegie Mellon University.