Brian Lloyd, poses for a Samoa News photo next to his single engine plane “Spirit” around 9p.m. Saturday (July 22) at Pago Pago International Airport. He is spending the weekend in American Samoa before heading to Hawaii and then on to the US mainland for the final leg of his around the world solo flight to commemorate American female aviator, Amelia Earhart’s famous flight 80-years ago.  [photo: Fili Sagapolutele] 
American Samoa's Under-17 (U17) National Women’s Beach Handball Team performing a Samoan Haka this past Wednesday at the Pago Pago International Airport upon their arrival home, after competing in the 2017 Under 17 Beach Handball World Championship Games, in the Republic of Mauritius, where they also performed the haka in front of dozens of spectators. [photo: Leua Aiono Frost]
ASCC President Dr. Rosevonne Makaiwi Pato congratulates the College's Special Administrative Assistant to the Dean of Academic Affairs Ms. Cherylmoanamarie Ripley for reaching the milestone of 40 years of service to ASCC. Read story in Friday's issue. [Photo: M. Ah Kau-Sagapolu]
Mervin Tano, a native Hawaiian student from Kapiolani Community College, was accepted by the 2017 NASA Summer Research Experience for Tribal College Undergraduates. As interns to the NASA funded project, students undergo intensive training in climate science, geospatial applications for science research, and are required to develop and complete a research project to fulfill their program...

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The Territorial Administration on Aging (TAOA) has a calendar full of activities to keep the territory's elderly population active and to use them as tools in helping to preserve the Samoan culture by passing on their knowledge to future generations. Earlier this week, a group of 20 seniors,...
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