Punahou’s Boston ‘ohana came together on Nov. 4 at a reception to celebrate President Jim Scott ’70, who is retiring from Punahou School in June.
The Punahou community gathered on Thursday, Nov. 1, to honor the woman for whom Kuaihelani Learning Center for ʻIke Hawaiʻi was named, remembering her and her legacy on the date of her passing 110 years ago.
Ted Okada ’78 returned to Punahou to discuss issues around recent hurricanes and the projected impacts on Honolulu from these major storms.
Happy Halloween, Puns! Add some Buff ‘n Blue spirit to the holiday with custom Punahou pumpkin stencils.
A Mexican cantina in Century City was a great locale for a casual networking event for alumni real estate and finance professionals in Southern California. About 40 alumni from the ’70s, ’80s, ’90s, ’00s and ’10s attended.
The Punahou School Board of Trustees announced today that Monica Mamiya ’77 McLaren has been named its newest member. McLaren brings decades of experience as an educator to the board, as well as deep personal ties to the school as an alumna and parent.
Pacific Northwest alumni rolled out the red carpet to honor President Jim Scott ’70 as he continued his farewell tour in advance of his retirement in June.
Food-loving alumni and friends were treated to a delicious evening of small bites, flowing drinks and Punahou pride at the first annual PAA Dinner in the Buff (‘n Blue) on Sept. 8 at Thurston Memorial Chapel Courtyard.