Saturday Jun 28
Northwest Asian Weekly
Graduation heals Calif. man's World War II internment wounds
A California man who missed his 1942 high school graduation because he was locked in an internment camp for Japanese Americans finally walked in a cap and gown this June, more than seven decades after he was pulled out of class just a month shy of his big day.
World War II disrupted the academic careers of scores of young students seven decades ago.
Los Angeles Times
Former student interned in World War II gets high school honors
Don Miyada, a former Newport Harbor High student who couldn't graduate with his class in 1942 because he was sent to an internment camp, receives his diploma during Newport Harbor's 2014 commencement last week.
In Memory of Dr. Henry "Hank" Oyama
Memorial services for Dr. Henry "Hank" Oyama were held today at St. Augustine's Cathedral, 192 S. Stone Ave, with hundreds of people from the Tucson community in attendance.