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U.S., E.U. students share cultural attitudes

Have you ever wondered how Americans (those from the United States, specifically) and Europeans perceive each other? Do they find it easy or difficult to make friends with each other? What do they see as the greatest cultural difference or challenge? What do they think they have in common?


Swedish students know how to have fun

Banquets, parties, barbecues: The Swedes at HPU know how to relax between studying and other academic work.


TESL student presents talk

Tijana Manigoda presented at the annual conference of the Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Feb. 21 at Leeward Community College. More than 100 attended.


F.Y.I. to HPU Students

¨ Five out of six of us will be victims of a violent crime at least once in our lives.


Accounting club updated

On March 5, the Accounting Club at HPU, in conjunction with the Hawai‘i Society of CPAs and the O‘ahu Chapter of the Hawai‘i Association of Public Accountants presented an Accounting Students’ Night at the Japanese Cultural Center Manoa Ballroom.


Study spot fits personality

Regardless of study habits, there is a spot on or around campus, downtown, to fit every student’s individuality. There are numerous places around town that facilitates studying, but it is a matter of finding the right spot.


Book Beat: Spotlight on the Atherton

When was the last time you visited Atherton Library at HPU’s Hawai‘i Loa campus? With a panoramic view of the majestic Ko‘olau Mountains, Atherton combines an unforgettable setting with a comfortable yet academic atmosphere. Don’t let that pleasant exterior fool you, though. Atherton has much to offer every student at HPU.


Aloha from the President

I would like to make you aware of an exciting new initiative that Hawai‘i Pacific University has been working on for the past few months. The critical shortage of certified teachers in Hawai‘i, and the Hawai‘i State Department of Education’s 2001-02 Teacher Employment Report citing current and future demand for qualified teachers led to renewed discussion about implementing a teacher education program at HPU.


Chaplain's Corner

You’ve seen him on TV! He’s the guy at all the sporting events popping up at the most dramatic moments with his trademark wig--a multi-colored afro--and sign: “John 3:16.” His name is Rollen Stewart, a.k.a “Rainbow Man,” and he abandoned his home and marriage to live out of his car in a never-ending quest to stay televised with his message proclaiming his new found faith. He’s said he’s attended more than 1000 events.



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