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Cari Aguilar, editor

   

Chaplain Lane motorcycles towed

Some HPU students learned, on Oct. 4, how expensive it can be to park illegally as four motorcycles were towed from Chaplain Lane, between the Blaisdell Hotel and the FS building. Since then at least three more motorists have suffered the same consequences.

   

Computer club provides free services

Networking and repairing computers has become easier. The Computer Club at HPU began offering these services to the HPU community Sept. 21.

 

HPU video at Smithsonian

A documentary written, directed, and produced by the HPU Advanced Video Production class about the island of Kaho‘olawe was presented by the Smithsonian Institute from June 5 through Sept. 2. The video will be featured in the Hawai‘i International Film Festival and is currently at the Bishop Museum.
   

ASHPU plans monsters' Ball

After sponsoring last year’s successful “Fear on the Pier,” the Associated Students of Hawai‘i Pacific University (ASHPU) are gearing up for another energetic Halloween dance.

   

Peace Corps recruiting students

News editor Students who yearn for adventure or who want to contribute something to the world by working with people in other lands might consider joining the Peace Corps.

   

Options Cololege: For adults students

Students may have read on Campus Pipeline that HPU was recently named among the “best” in U.S. News and World Report’s national college rankings.

 
   
   

 

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