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Loren Moreno, Christine Ah Yee, and Patrick Shimabukuro

   

Passport - ticket to a new experience

Too often we take for granted the true power of a passport. Not only does it grant entrance into a country, it also sets the stage for new experiences. It is an opportunity waiting to happen.

   

Student on a budget

Welcome back to a new and exciting fall semester. This year “Student on a Budget” will feature great places to get snacks, food and drink on a college student’s budget, which isn’t much..

   

Sea Warriors in Service - Patrick Coble

Editor’s note: Approximately one-third of HPU students take courses on the military campuses, and many of them are on active military duty. Some of them have been assigned duty in Afghanistan and Iraq, as well as other less dangerous locations. When ever we can, Kalamalama will run profiles on some of these students, or let them tell their stories.

   

HPU lends a hand to Pearl Harbor history

New commemorative tickets, an audio tour, and a new line of Pearl Harbor action figures enhance the Pearl Harbor USS Arizona Memorial tour experience. A recent HPU graduate, Zach Anderson, designed the commemorative tickets project.

   

Diversity the norm at HPU

In the fall 2003 semester, 1,432 international students attended HPU, making it one of the most culturally diverse universities in the world.

   

Giving global citizenship dimension: HPU students around the world

The new semester brings a flurry of comings and goings as HPU sends off students to various parts of the world in an outgoing exchange, while simultaneously welcoming to campus reciprocal exchange students from partner schools. Here is an overview of the latest program participants.

 
   

Jet Program briefing

U.S. citizens who will have a degree by May, 2005, are invited to learn about English teaching opportunities in Japan at a briefing by officials of the Honolulu Japan Consulate-General at Hawai‘i Pacific University’s President’s Conference Room, second floor, 1166 Fort Street Mall, Oct. 13, 2:30-4 p.m.

   
 
   

 

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