Hawaii Class Thank You

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A sunset on the Island of Hawaii, or also known as the Big Island. Hawaii is known for having beautiful sunsets. Photo courtesy of hawaiipictures.com

A sunset on the Island of Hawaii, or also known as the Big Island. Hawaii is known for having beautiful sunsets. Photo courtesy of hawaiipictures.com

During the spring semester of 2014, Kala Leabig taught a class about Hawaiians and their Christian background. His last class was held on Wednesday, April 2.

The class discussed the impact of Christianity on Polynesia. Leabig talked about how the majority of Polynesians have never even been to Polynesia.  He said, “The students were awed that someone not from Polynesia could speak natively and could know so much about Polynesian culture.”

When asked about his experience teaching the class, Leabig said, “Everybody’s been really good. My advisor, Doug Johnson has been really great.”

Leabig also appreciated the students who attended his classes. He said, “Thank you for attending. I enjoyed your presence and questions.”

If students or faculty have any questions or have a desire to learn more about the Polynesian culture, Kala Leabig can be contacted at aloha22348@yahoo.com or at 425-283-4774.

Cheyenne Davis is passionate about education and her family. She like to laugh and have fun, longboard, photography, playing cards, frisbee, and cross-stitch. She has climbed the 45 ft rock wall on campus in 50 seconds and has entered into the one minute club. Her favorite foods are spicy mexican food, pickles, chocolate milk, fruit. She avoids blueberries, onions, and asparagus. In high school she was the editor of the yearbook and she continues this journalistic tradition as a writer for the Snowdrift.

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