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Loren Moreno, editor


Student on a Budget: Spring Break ideas

This semester Kalamalama is starting a new column offering ideas and tips to University students on a budget. It will feature gift ideas, places to visit and tour, but most of all economical places to eat. If you have places, comments or ideas e-mail, I’ll check it out and write it up in an upcoming issue.


Learn to relax with MindBody Central Club at HPU

Who hasn’t experienced stress? For many students, stress is ubiquitous. It can have many causes: financial worries, bad grades, homesickness, family or relationship problems, culture shock, difficulty making friends, or simply feeling overwhelmed by the workload in some classes.


Student Profiles: Pageants: dream is reality for Miss. American Teen

National beauty pageant winner, Ms. American Teen 2003 is Ilana Paulo- Tamashiro, 19, a sophomore at HPU majoring in business administration. Born and raised in Kahala, a suburb of Honolulu, she enjoys modeling, singing, acting, dancing, and performing in pageants.


Book Beat: Study via Internet and eBooks

Whether you are in your dorm room, at home, or on Fort Street Mall, you can access more than 5,000 eBooks over the Internet. NetLibrary’s eBook collection contains full-text electronic versions of scholarly books that can be searched, borrowed, read, and returned over the Internet.


Ten nominated for Robert E. Black for Excellence

Each year Hawai‘i Pacific University presents two individuals, one undergraduate and one graduate, with an award entitled, The Robert E. Black Award for Excellence. This award is given in honor of the late Robert E. Black, a long-time board chairman and benefactor of Hawai‘i Pacific University.



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