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2002 Specials & Court Rulings:

July 28, 2002
HER WILL BE DONE

July 28, 2002
Trustees Explain Admission Decision




PROLOGUE: 1997 stories leading up to "Broken Trust"
May 8: Kamehameha, Lindsey criticized
May 9: Kamehameha protest planned
May 10: Saturday Update: "Like a civil war"
May 15: Kamehameha marchers: "We care"


May 16: Staff threatens to go public
May 22: Alumni stood-up by Bishop trustees
June 6: Kamehameha faculty goes public
July 16: Bishop trustees flunk in poll

August 9, 1997
BROKEN TRUST



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2002 stories:

[ 2002 opinion ]


Oct. 18, 2002
Lindsey is given 6 months in prison

Oct. 15, 2002
Wong sues governor, prosecutors

June 29, 2002
Judge denies Wong's lawsuit against the state

June 18, 2002
Former trustee pleads guilty to laundering

May 28, 2002
Marshall Ige gets 6 months in prison for theft

March 15, 2002
Trial of former trustee Lindsey postponed

March 9, 2002
Lindsey loses bid to have fraud charge dismissed

March 6, 2002
Judge considers dismissal of Lindsey charges

March 1, 2002
State to halt case against Wong

Feb. 26, 2002
Ex-trustee's sister pleads guilty to false tax filing

Feb. 23, 2002
Court vindicates ex-trustees

Jan. 9, 2002
Former senator pleads guilty to 5 counts

Sept. 7, 2002
Maui student adjusting well
Kamehameha Schools to hold recruitment workshops on Maui

Sept. 1, 2002
Kamehameha Schools to discuss admissions

August 11, 2002
Kamehameha eases entry

July 26, 2002
7,000 call on trustees to alter school policy

July 21, 2002
Kamehameha struggles as entitlement rights are redefined

July 19, 2002
Kamehameha forum draws anger

July 18, 2002
School reviews admissions

July 17, 2002
Petition calls for school changes

July 16, 2002
Angry ohana grills trustees

July 14, 2002
McCubbin defends admissions

July 13, 2002
Maui dad sticks to school plans

July 12, 2002
CEO explains decision to enroll non-Hawaiian

June 21, 2002
Principal named at Big Isle Kamehameha campus

May 23, 2002
CEO's daughter gets job at Kamehameha

May 18, 2002
Kamehameha builds spiritual focus

May 16, 2002
Kamehameha top pay went to lawyer in 2001

April 6, 2002
Estate to pay IRS $72M

April 3, 2002
School was told to take students
Director denies 'red-dot' entry policy

Feb. 6, 2002
Kamehameha trust supports charter schools

Jan. 8, 2002
Kamehameha Schools' revenues top $1 billion


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2002 opinion:

[ 2002 stories ]


March 10, 2002
Court vindicates complaints about Bronster's excesses
Letters to the Editor

Sept. 29, 2002
Is there room for non-Hawaiians?
Oswald Stender /
Beadie Kanahele Dawson

July 31, 2002
Kamehameha policy violates civil rights law
Letters to the Editor

July 30, 2002
Policy risks schools' tax-exempt status
Editorial

July 28, 2002
Trustees must tread carefully
Randall W. Roth
Trustees: We made a painful but necessary choice
Kamehameha Schools Board of Trustees

July 24, 2002
Courts consistently uphold programs for native peoples
Letters to the Editor

July 23, 2002
At-risk Hawaiian students should be admitted first
Keith Haugen

July 21, 2002
Pauahi's will be done?
Letters to the Editor

July 19, 2002
Schools must not lose tax-exempt status
Editorial

July 18, 2002
Kamehameha Schools controversy
Letters to the Editor

July 16, 2002
Hurt feelings aside, schools' decision was the correct one
Editorial

July 15, 2002
Pauahi's beneficiaries are 'Hawaiian' children
Pohai Ryan


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