Jim Brickman’s piano paints elemental emotion-scapes
The composer, pianist and anchor to your “Soothing Songs” Spotify playlist visits Hawaiʻi this week read
Summit + Maui Divers Jewelry
The quest for coral that put Maui Divers Jewelry on the map
A deep dive into the history of one of Hawaiʻi's most valued brands read
The best music of 2017
Summit music writer Gary Chun curates another list of the best tunes from a turbulent year read
Defining the School of the Future
What goals should we hold for educating our children in the 21st century; what sort of infrastructure will we need to build? read
From factory to garden: Changing the 21st century educational narrative
Sowing success for our children in the 21st century will require a foundational revision of our entire educational ethos read
Summit + Mid-Pacific
Mid-Pacific entrepreneur lab preps students to catalyze societal change
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Mid-Pacific launches a new program to train the next generation of social entrepreneurs read
Ted Dintersmith: What 21st century school ought to be
As our world continues to rapidly change, matching our education priorities to the socioeconomic realties of the 21st century will become one of our most crucial undertakings read
Summit + ‘Iolani School
Iolani School campus expansion develops new K-12 opportunities
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‘Iolani School is making big moves to expand its capacity for preparing the next generation of engaged community leaders read
Meaning in the multiple: Tropical Disturbance reflects Hawaii in flux
How an art installation sparks deeper questions about the transience of history and the passing of culture through time read
Summit + Mid-Pacific
Mid-Pacific expands storytelling capacity with virtual reality technology
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How Mid-Pacific is using Virtual Reality teaching tools to ready its pupils to solve the real-world problems of a 21st century, global society read
Summit + Punahou School
Punahou second-graders explore creativity, commerce, community
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Punahou School second graders get a head start at building their own agora in which to exchange goods, services and intellectual capital read
5 Great Seattle Spots to Eat, Drink and be Merry
Island hopping across the big pond to the Emerald City read
A people and their island: do they stand a chance against the U.S. military?
Guam is one of the most heavily militarized places in the Pacific read
Post-hurricane Puerto Rico needlessly suffers from Trump administration foot-dragging
Shipping restrictions to help get fuel and supplies to the island are not lifted read
'Leave, or we will kill you all:' The Rohingya refugee crisis
Most of the refugees are women, children and the elderly read
Summit + Honolulu Waldorf School
At Honolulu Waldorf, music molds students into competent communicators
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How an education rich in musical learning helps Waldorf students thrive read
Netflix in September: 'First They Killed My Father'
Angelina Jolie's adaptation of harrowing Cambodian war memoir makes its debut read
​Seoul, from the ground up
Life goes on in the South Korean capital in spite of geopolitical bluster, a heatwave and Liberation Day celebrations on both sides of the 38th parallel read
A colorful celebration of Hawaiian language resurgence and legendary wordplay
808 Urban's Living Legacy mural series honors the 30th anniversary of Hawaiian Immersion Education with its “Ke Kanakolu” project read
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