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Christine Ah Yee and Patrick Shimabukuro, editor

   

ASHPU: The Associated Students of Hawaii Pacific University

“This year their expectations are to plan quality events for the student body and also spread the word that ASHPU is the voice of the students at Hawai‘i Pacific University. If a student has an idea or concern that needs to be looked at to make the University better, ASHPU wants to know about it,” said Erik Hansen, president of ASHPU.

   

USA Today looks for outstanding scholars

USA Today is conducting its 2005 search for an All-USA College Academic Team—made up of 20 of the “best and the brightest” undergraduate college students from across the country.

   

TIMSO cruises barefoot

More than one person regretted not applying enough sunscreen Oct. 2, when the Travel Industry Management Student Organization (TIMSO) headed out to sea for three hours of barefoot fun in the sun. About 30 students had signed up for this social event that, judging by the feedback from participants, might well become a biannual feature of TIMSO at HPU.

   

Spirit Club cheers on HPU

After HPU’s volleyball team scored the final point to defeat BYU Hawai‘i three games to zero on September 14, over 100 people stood up and cheered their hearts out in victory. That’s what the HPU Spirit Club is all about as they prepare for another year supporting various programs around campus.

   

Akamai Advertising to go national

This year, HPU Akamai Advertising Agency will compete again in the National Student Advertising Competition (NSAC). HPU has won the district competition eight times out of 13, but has never won the nationals. Yet.

   
 
   

 

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