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Loren Moreno, editor

 

   

DOT working to improve traffic

Unless they work banker’s hours, drivers from Leeward and central O’ahu are sitting in traffic longer and longer every year. With the development of new homes in Kapolei, Mililani, and Ewa Beach, more motorists than ever are on the road, roughly 225,000 people per day, said Scott Ishikawa, spokesperson for the Department of Transportation. Ishikawa added that this number will increase to 280,000 per day in 20 years.

 

 

Outrigger resorts renovation to create

For the past two years, Outrigger Hotels and Resorts has provided off-campus housing for HPU students, according to Barry Wallace, Outrigger’s senior vice president of operations.

 

Product placements manipulate audience

When is enough enough? Not only are we overwhelmed with more than 5,000 ads a day, product placement in movies and on television is growing. Have you ever watched a movie or a television show and felt like you were watching a really long commercial? Product placement in film is called discreet advertisement because you are just being shown, not asked to buy it. However, product placement has been so ubiquitous that consumer protection organizations have proposed stopping the advertisements all together.

 
 

 

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