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Students hear international women leaders

Four HPU communication majors joined about 500 successful women from Hawai‘i, the nation, and the world for the 2004 International Women’s Leadership Conference, hosted by Gov. Linda Lingle at the Hilton Hawaiian Village, Nov. 17-19.

   

CSC services extend through time, space

Abercrombie and Fitch stores recently visited HPU searching for potential employees. So did the Federal Bureau of Investigation. These events, and others like them, were arranged by the HPU’s Career Services Center (CSC).

   

Food For Fines

The HPU libraries have announced a Food For Fines program that will run from Nov. 28 to Dec. 23, according to University Librarian Kathy Chee.

   
   

Aloha from the President

Hawai‘i Pacific University is proud of the international dimensions of the educational experience it offers students. Whether it is the varied number of countries from which our students and faculty come or the richness of our globally inspired curriculum, the University is a microcosm of the world we live in.

   

Chaplain's Corner

We’ve come a long way! The semester is rapidly chugging to a close. There’s good news. We can see the light at the end of the tunnel. At this time in the semester I’m sure many of you feel like you are running on empty, overstretched by finishing up projects, term papers and reports. Don’t panic! This is a normal reaction that strikes everyone.

   
 

 

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