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Hawai'i on alert: Preparation strongest defense against terrorism

The world has changed since Sept. 11. Our nation was at risk to terrorist attacks even before then, and it is considered even more at risk since the United States invaded Iraq. Following Sept. 11, the Office of Homeland Security began working to minimize the threat of terrorism in our country and to communicate the different levels of threat to the American society. An advisory system using color codes was developed to help prepare for each level of terrorist threat.

Hearts and Minds a disappointment

Hearts and Minds: How our brains are hardwired for relationships is full of tips and advice about how to find the right mate, but be careful not to take this book too seriously. You might find yourself taking the author’s advice too far, possibly as far as Japan, where the author says short men should go if they want to attract women.

   

Students on the Mall

“My highlight was when I met my fiancée.”

-Robert Jansson, senior marketing major from Sweden.

   

Writings on the Mall

Poems by HPU's Writing Club

 
   
   
   
   

 

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