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Radasha Ho'ohuli, editor

   

Safety means being proactive - While your watching your back, watch your car

It’s easy to pity celebrities who are regularly stalked by irksome paparazzi and obsessive fans. But watch out for yourself, too, because nowadays there could be a stalker lurking behind the bushes watching you—or perhaps your car. Recently, HPU students who had driven to the North Shore to take a leisurely swim at some of O‘ahu’s most beautiful beaches returned to their cars to find them stripped of valuables.

   

"You go girl" - Na Wahine O Ke Kai

On Sept. 28, at 7:30 a.m., women from around the world gathered at Hale O Lono Harbor on the southwest end of the island of Moloka‘i for one reason and one reason only: to paddle the 41-mile outrigger long- distance canoe race across one of the most difficult channels in the world, the Ka‘iwi (Moloka‘i) channel.

   

Tension headaches - symptoms, treatment

Hunched over books all night. Eyes feeling a dull pain. Tightness at the back of the head. Sounds like a tension headache. These usually occur when we are under stress and have no time to spare.

   

 

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