1. What Hawaiian royal (with a still-famous nickname) wrote “Hawai‘i Pono‘i,” which in 1967 became the official state song of Hawaii?
Bonus: Besides “Hawai‘i Pono‘i,” how many state songs are written in a language other than English?
2. Greenland, the world’s biggest island, is how many times larger than Kahoolawe, the smallest of the eight main Hawaiian islands?
A. 18,670X B. 8,670X C. 867X
3. Recently, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy spoke at a judicial conference in Kaanapali. Kennedy was nominated to the high court in 1987 by President Reagan, after Reagan’s previous nominee, Douglas Ginsberg (pictured), withdrew amid allegations of what?
A. Accepting bribes
B. Sexual harassment
C. Smoking marijuana
1. King David Kalākaua (“the Merrie Monarch”); 0