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Pals sponsor Heifer Project fund drive

In the week before Thanksgiving, HPU students, faculty, and staff contributed $1,000 to help needy families around the world. The money was collected by members of the newly-formed International Pal Association at HPU and given to the Heifer Project International (HPI), a non-profit organization which works to end world hunger by giving farms animals and training to impoverished families.

   

Spring Club Carnival: Students invited

Meet new friends and catch up with old ones at the HPU Spring Club Carnival! The carnival will be taking place on Friday, Jan. 30, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on upper Fort Street Mall. According to Director of Student Life, Heather Hubbard, the Spring Carnival kicks off the spring semester’s weekly Thank Goodness It’s Friday (T.G.I.F.) events on Fort Street Mall.

 

EFP student lives lifeguard dream

Sayori Suzuki swims, runs, and does weight training at the Nuuanu branch of the YMCA on weekdays. On the weekend, she surfs with a Malibu board (a paddle board) at Kalaeloa, Barbers Point, on O‘ahu’s south shore.

   

Student profiles

Shavae’cha Lee is in her third year at HPU, majoring in English and minoring in journalism. Lee, originally from Philadelphia, came to HPU because she was too impatient to wait for an answer from Harvard. She was eventually accepted to the Ivy League school, but turned it down for HPU.

   
 

 

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