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April 8, 2011

Filed under: Uncategorized — daniellebanda @ 6:30 pm

Caption: In the picture above, this teenage model is posing at the beach, wearing makeup from the Bobbie Brown 2011 Makeup Collection.

Why wear makeup at the beach? By choosing the right beauty products, it is possible to protect skin while simultaneously enhancing beauty.  Many people would think of eye shadow and lipstick but it is not quite the products I would recommend. Summer is coming up and it’s time to share with everyone tips and tricks on summer makeup to the beach!

I interviewed makeup artist, Bobbie Brown, as to what makeup you could wear at the beach. Bobbie Brown explains, “it may seem extreme to wear makeup to the beach but it is good to take the risk to look good and take care of your skin.” Bobbie Brown has a 2011 Makeup collection mainly for the beach. Go to www.bobbiebrown.com to check out the products for summer.

First of all, sunscreen is self-explanatory but another option is using a tinted moisturizer. It is recommended to use tinted moisturizers with an SPF factor above 15 if necessary. I recommend Bobbie Brown Tinted Moisturizer. Foundation is a product that should be put aside for the beach. If you go into the water, it will become blotchy and eventually come off. Foundation is basically a shield between your skin and the sun and you are not able to get any sun on your face. You will end up with a white face and a tan body.

If you were to go into the water, the products you have on your face will obviously come off. But if you were not to go into the water, this is something that could be on your list. Bronzer will give a great effect of being tanner and having a slimmer face. I recommend Rimmel Sun Shimmer because it comes in several shades. I have a personal trick to share with everyone of applying mascara. Using clear mascara is the best option. It will make eyelashes fuller and have volume. During the day, you won’t end up with “raccoon eyes”.  Lastly, a touch of gloss always makes a difference!

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Editorial:Makeup at the Beach?? April 6, 2011

Filed under: Uncategorized — daniellebanda @ 7:37 pm

Caption: Teenage, above picture, is posing at the beach wearing a minimum amount of makeup but is still looks amazing!

You are probably wondering why would you wear makeup to the beach? But what people don’t know is that it is possible to wear makeup. When you think of makeup you probably think of lip stick and eye shadow. That’s not what I mean. I mean makeup that can actually protects your skin and enhances your beauty at the same time. Summer is coming up and it is time to go the beach looking amazing!

I actually interviewed average people on their thoughts of wearing  makeup at the beach. Emily Ko, a student at Sacred Hearts Academy replied, “I don’t like to wear makeup at the beach because there is no purpose.” I also asked my sister, Nicole Banda on her thoughts of wearing makeup to the beach. She replied, “It’s stupid because what’s the point.”

First of all, sunscreen is self-explanatory but another option is using a tinted moisturizer. It is recommended to use tinted moisturizers with an SPF factor above 15 if necessary. I recommend Bobbie Brown Tinted Moisturizer. Foundation is a product that should be put aside for the beach. If you go into the water, it will become blotchy and eventually come off. Foundation is basically a shield for your face and you are not able to get any sun on your face. You will end up with a white face and a tan body.

If you were to go into the water, the products you have on your face will obviously come off. But if you were not to go into the water, this is something that could be on your list. Bronzer will give a great effect of being tanner and having a slimmer face. I recommend Rimmel Sun Shimmer because it comes in several shades. I have a personal trick to share with everyone of applying mascara. Using clear mascara is the best option. It will make eyelashes fuller and have volume. During the day, you won’t end up with “raccoon eyes”.  Lastly, a touch of gloss always makes a difference!

 

editorial:)

Filed under: Uncategorized — rinarachel @ 5:54 pm

An earthquake disaster and dispatch to the global community world are insufficient

Is neither government nor Tokyo Electric too insensitive to eyes from the world applied to a nuclear plant accident? When it releases contaminated water including the low-concentrated radioactive material from Fukushima first Nuclear Power Plant in the sea, as well as a person concerned with local government and fishery, it is a diplomatic blunder to have invited repulsion without giving a polite explanation in advance in the neighboring countries. The Naoto Kan government should recognize what this nuclear plant accident may affect on a global scale across one country of Japan and that world many countries share an interest with concern same as Japan some other time.

For release of the contaminated water, the Korean diplomatic Department of Trade expressed the dissatisfaction that was strong when there was not “a prior report”. A voice in dread of danger ranging from the Kremlin to fish comes out. It is natural to have told, “sincere, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano must take the indication that detailed explanation was necessary at a press conference of 6th beforehand”.

The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea which Japan signs charges the contracting party with general duty to prevent marine pollution and demands it to minimize the release from the outbreak source in the land of a toxic or harmful material. I told, Minister of Foreign Affairs Takeaki Matsumoto “was not the thing which became the problem concerning duty in the international law promptly”, and the reporting showed the opinion with the thing by a voluntary judgment to the last. The interpretation of the international law may be so. But will not this be the minimum duty of the country which has given big uneasiness by a nuclear plant accident in the world, a problem of the good sense not duty so and so written to the paper?

 

Academics – Sacred Hearts Academy Steps It Up! – CJ Valle

Filed under: News Analysis,Uncategorized — leimomih @ 6:55 am

"Sacred Hearts Academy students calculate their stocks in economics class." Photograph taken by Ken Sakamoto.

Sacred Hearts Academy is taking a huge step in improving their educational experience by adding new advanced placement classes to the curriculum. Students seem to be highly pleased with the pending educational enlightenments and look forward to signing up for courses in A.P. Psychology and A.P. Chemistry.

11th grader Summer Urie says, “It’s a good start. I like that I now have more classes to choose from. I’ll probably sign up for one of the new A.P. classes simply because the opportunity presents itself. I’ve been here for three years and I like the fact that the school is trying to expand their curriculum.”

SHA student, 11th grader, Kendra Lewis states, “I like these new courses because it gives me the opportunity to boost my G.P.A. and also gives me college credits.” These new classes also mean new teachers, and to some students, it is an exciting factor in this situation.

“I think it’s good to be taught by different teachers. It’s fresh and new,” says 10th grader Sally Johansen.

In addition to these new courses, Sacred Hearts Academy will be collaborating with its brother school, St. Louis School. Some argue that having boys in the same classroom may come as a distraction, but to most girls this experience will be a good thing. 10th grader Yolanda Montgomery states, “I like the thought of these co-ed classes because they not only offer these new courses, but also new competition.”

Due to the partnership with St. Louis, Sacred Hearts Academy must start a week and half earlier than normal. 11th grader Wendy Wong states, “It’s the only thing that I don’t like about these new classes. It’s ending my summer break earlier than expected and I would like to preserve summer as long as I possibly can.” Students might not appreciate the new change, but some parents certainly do. One parent comments, “I definitely approve of these new classes. It’ll give my daughter more opportunities once she hits college.”

In general, this new partnership with St. Louis School will allow students to branch out of their shells and to expose themselves to new opportunities. Not only will these new programs academically challenge students, but it will help broaden their social interaction now that classes will include boys. With this new addition, Sacred Hearts Academy’s renowned reputation will strengthen as a school of academics.

 

Motorcyclist killed in crash that closed H-1 lanes for 4 hours” April 1, 2011

Filed under: Uncategorized — kimbarroga @ 11:18 pm

How might this article be biased through:

1. Selection & Omission: This article was not lacking details within this story since there is only one newspaper on this island I was unable to find a similar article concerning this topic.

2. Placement: I would assume this article was posted in either the Local news section or front page because it is breaking news and usually the first page has a very dramatic story.

3. Headline: The headline of this article is” Motorcyclist killed in crash that closed H-1 lanes for 4 hours” it is not biased its simply stating the fact of the matter that the lanes were closed for several hours.

4. Images, Captions, & Camera Angle: there were no images that came with this article.

5. The Use of Names and Titles: The use of names and titles  were accurate.

6. Statistics: the only statistics that were mentioned were: the fatality was the 13th this year for Oahu compared with 16 traffic deaths at the same time last year

7. Source Control: the sources that were sighted were traffic control and law enforcement.

8. Word Choice & Tone:  The word choice of the article seemed truthful and not hiding anything except lack of information needed to prove the necessary points like whether or not alcohol was a factor.

 

Analyzing Bias in the News March 31, 2011

Filed under: Uncategorized — sabadoshannon @ 11:15 pm

1. Selection and Omission: This article of “breaking news” tells of a golfcart incident. Doesn’t seen as “breaking”, and something that most would happen often.

2. Placement: This article would most likely not be front page news and more of later news that was just added for awareness to things that go on. This would be more of something that is irrelavent and to me, not ven be considered news.

3. Headline: The headline of the story is very basic and overall summarizes the whole article.

4. Images, Captions, & Camera Angles: This article did not come with any images and was simple just the article itself. I don’t think an image would be necessary in the case anyway because it doesn’t seem like soemthing out of the ordinary.

5. Source Control: There is no actual source stated. The only source that is posted by a Star- Advertiser staff.

7. Word Choice and Tone: The article is factual based and not one based on opinion.

 

Marine killed in helicopter crash identified.

Filed under: Uncategorized — daniellebanda @ 10:10 pm

 

1. Selection & Omission – the words used in this story is both positive and negative. It was negative because he was found to be dead. It was positive because his surviving family was talking about how he was a great person. 2. Placement – this would be probably placed in the front page because this is serious and people would want to know about it. 3. Headline – The headline is Marine Killed in Helicpoter crash identified. This would be bolded because it is important to tell those who have been wondering who died in this crash. 4. Images, Captions, & Camera Angle This picture is direct because it basically shows straight forward that this is the helicopter found in the Kaneohe Bay. This is a tragedy for those who lost loved ones. 5. The Use of Names and Titles – There wasnt much information but they used information about him through family members because they knew who he was and how he was like. This type of source about this man is trustworthy. 6. Statistics – they didnt have statisitcs stated in this story 7. Source Control –there source was mainly from their family. Who he was and what he accomplished throughout his life. 8. Word Choice & Tone – The tone was more of sorrow at one point but most of the time it was main facts. there really was not much emotion in this story as they reported this news