Molly Solomon

Reports from HPR's General Assignment reporter, Molly Solomon

On The Move: Military Families Face Unique Challenges

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Summer is already underway, which means many kids are gearing up for camp. And for families experiencing military deployment --- it can be the perfect distraction from the stresses they face at home. HPR’s Molly Solomon reports.

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Chamorro Voices: Finding a Connection Home Through Language

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For most Chamorro people living in Hawai`i, hearing the language of their ancestors is a rare thing. But, as HPR’s Molly Solomon reports, members in the Pacific Island community are working to revitalize the language and keep it alive for generations to come.

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Hawaii Public Schools Get Donated Lab Equipment

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Over a dozen Hawaii public schools are receiving state of the art lab equipment, thanks to a program out of UH Manoa’s John A. Burns School of Medicine. HPR’s Molly Solomon reports.

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Plugged In on the Streets

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We all know that kids these days live their lives on the phone or the computer. But if you’re homeless…it’s something much deeper. Having access to technology can mean a safety net that wasn’t there in the past. HPR’s Molly Solomon takes a look at how our digital world has changed what it means to be a homeless youth today.

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Hawaii Teachers Prepare to Join Hōkūle‘a for Worldwide Voyage

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Next month, the Hōkūle‘a and its sister canoe, the Hikianalia , will set sail on a 46,000 mile trip across the globe. And joining the crew will be a team of Hawaii teachers and researchers, who will play a key role in bringing the Worldwide Voyage back into the classroom. HPR’s Molly Solomon reports.

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