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Becky Nelson, editor & Loren Moreno, assoc. editor

   

Club Roundup Part 2

HPU Office of Student Life held the second power breakfast of the semester on Oct. 14 at The Plaza Club on lower Fort Street Mall. The informative breakfast was developed for the treasurers and the advisors of HPU clubs.

   

Press Club fundraises with Public Radio

KHPR--Hawai‘i Public Radio--got a little help with its pledge drive on Oct. 12, when members of Press Club at HPU arrived at the radio station. From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., students answered phone calls and took pledges as part of what is becoming a biannual project for the club.

 

Health hits the Mall

Educating the community about health-related issues is important to HPU nurses. It gives student nurses the chance to show the community how we can all live healthier lives. In the spirit of sharing, on Oct. 23, on upper Fort Street Mall, the Office of Student Life and the School of Nursing hosted their biannual Health Fair and Student Nurse’s Poster Day.

   

Web registration Nov. 3

Undergraduate and graduate students may register on the Web for winter and spring courses beginning Nov. 3. (See schedule below.) It’s convenient, easy, and fast.

   
 

Sushi, Toyota, Pokemon, Sumo wrestling, Mt. Fuji, samurai, kimonos. If any of these words sparked an interest, know that the JET can take you to where your curiosity will be satisfied, Japan.

   

Career Fair at HLC

The second annual Health, Science, and Social Services Career Fair was held on Oct. 24th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Hawai‘i Loa campus.

 
   

Too much work can affect grades

Instead of getting involved in extracurricular activities or spending more time hitting the books, many students spend their time working long hours. Studies show that of those attending a four-year university, about 77 percent have jobs, and of these, according to the American Council on Education, 26 percent work full time.

 
   
   
 

 

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