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The Passion prompts discussion

Since its release, Mel Gibson’s film, The Passion of the Christ, has fueled discussion in many circles—religion, media, and education, to name a few. HPU enlarged the classroom dialog between professors and students via a “teach-in” on “The Passion of the Christ: Faith or Dogma?”


New President's Hosts inducted

HPU held its spring President’s Host Reception at March 16 at Sarento’s in the Ilikai Hotel. The formal ceremony was MC’d by Assistant Director of Student Life, Heather Hubbard.


Catching a trend: HPU's new Pre-Law Program

Have you ever thought about going to law school? If so, HPU may have just what you’re looking for. New this semester is the Pre-Law program. This program was designed to help identify students who are interested in pursuing law school and to help them get started pursuing their goals.


Career Fair focuses on technology

Students and alumni had an opportunity to obtain career and employment information at HPU’s annual Business and Technology Career Fair held Mar. 12 in the First Hawaiian Tower building on the downtown campus.


Book Beat: Library Databases

Do you get around to doing your research at 3 a.m.? Do you prefer to work in your pajamas? Do you live off campus – way off campus? Then you’ll be glad to know that HPU’s libraries have five new databases that can be accessed – on or off campus – by computer. Check them out!


Aloha from the President

I am pleased to share news about the forthcoming national reaccreditation of our Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) and Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) Programs. Both programs are at present fully accredited by the National League for Nursing Accreditation Commission (NLNAC). Planning for continued accreditation is an ongoing process. Each nursing program must be visited and evaluated at specified intervals to ensure continuing compliance with accreditation standards and criteria. The University’s School of Nursing expects to host an NLNAC visit this fall semester.


Chaplain's Corner

Successful university students are those who typically demonstrate the capacity to balance their lives. Too much time devoted to one area of life at the expense of other areas can build up stress and throw us off kilter. Four important aspects of self that need lots of TLC (tender loving care) are our mental, emotional, physical and spiritual well being. How are you doing in these areas?



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