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Opinion
Rachel Richmond, editor

   

HPU unites in Sept. 11 rememberance

On the first anniversary of the terrorist attacks on America, HPU hosted a forum called 9/11 Global Remembrance at the downtown campus. Hundreds of students, along with faculty and teachers, took part in prayer, shed some tears, and reflected back one year to the tragic events that changed our lives.

   

The Bus: Is our transit system safe?

The Bus is a great asset to commuters here on OĎahu. It provides an efficient means of transportation for those who donít own a vehicle. And for the ones who do, itís a nice alternative, a chance to avoid the hassle and expense of parking or save gas money.

   

Should Israel return land for peace?

Terror, ruins, innocent victims and suicide bombers have filled the headlines with the Middle East conflict that is raging between Israel and Palestine. These headlines have become everyday digest for us as international spectators a war that has lasted for more than 30 years, longer than any other in modern time and from my point of view, far from over

 

Fuzzy math in the presidential election?

The recent voting controversy in Florida reminds us that the 2000 presidential election was one of the closest and most controversial in American history.

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