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Kaila Montero-Quemado remembered being on the south side of the island with a friend looking towards the West Maui Mountains. The sunset was devoured by a blanket of dark grey smoke and any shimmer of sunlight was replaced with the eerie glow of fires upcountry.
The fall semester is in full swing across the country, which means gaggles of young singles have migrated back to their college campuses for the winter months. Hot girl summer is out and cuffing season is in.
You are being watched by the colorful iconography of a skull that stares with a vacant expression as you take your seat for an evening lecture. A man stands poised in front of the room. Curiosity swells through the crowd.