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Yukiko on track for PhD

Yukiko on track for PhD

Yukiko Muller is expected to be the second Marshallese woman to complete a Ph.D., after former President Hilda Heine, who was the first. She is currently studying in Japan in a doctoral program in Interdisciplinary Intelligent Systems Engineering at the Graduate School of Engineering and Science, University of the Ryukyus. She studied computer science in […]

Practicum produces grater results

Practicum produces grater results

It took four friends four days to learn a new trade and create local coconut graters from scratch. Such is the story behind four classmates from Marshall Islands High School during their practicum program at the Waan Aelon in Majol (Canoes of the Marshall Islands) program earlier this month. The girls, Miram Paul, Sisteria Baso, […]

Ebb and flow of island life

Ebb and flow of island life

WILMER JOEL In an effort to recruit runners for the upcoming Constitution Day track and field events, Marshall Islands High School put together the school’s first-ever Sports Day last week. Many of the school’s best runners from five teams identified by their colors took to the field adjacent to Majuro Middle School. The running ground […]

Beran team happy with AMI

Beran team happy with AMI

Beran Island, the resort island founded by Martin Daly of Indies Trader on Ailinglaplap Atoll, has come rocketing out of the pandemic and recently wrapped up a hugely successful return season. Daly who personally helmed the efforts onsite to get the resort fully functional after the nearly three year forced-closure caused by the Covid pandemic, was […]

MIHS students work it out

MIHS students work it out

HILARY HOSIA At week three of the Marshall Islands High School (MIHS)’s practicum program, students in the program have already warmed up to their temporary work sites. The 17 seniors assisting in various departments at National Telecommunication Authority can attest to this. “We learned how to do wirings and understand how wiring works,” said students […]

Splish-Splash students

Splish-Splash students

Two classes at Marshall Islands High School were scrubbing and cleaning vehicles last Saturday to raise funds. The junior officers were doing their car wash at the parking lot of the Public School System, while the 12G seniors were busy doing the same close by next to the entrance of Delap Elementary School. The students […]

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