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Monica Pleuler, editor

   

Club Carnival: antidote for boredom

Step right up all you twiddlers-of-thumbs, all you idle chatters and flippers-of-the-channels into the late night hours! It is during these vacant moments that intelligent students act to prevent the Do-Nothing Virus from overwhelming them by joining one of the dozens of HPU clubs. The simple antidote to the Do-Nothing Virus is the mere scribbling of a name, however weak the hand feels, across the page of a “Sign-Up!” sheet.

   

Juarez garners third Fulbright

Dr. Carlos Juarez professor of political science and acting dean of HPU’s College of International Studies has been awarded a Fulbright Senior Specialists grant to spend part of the spring and fall 2005 semesters in Central Europe.

   

Student video wins international communication award

The student-produced video, “50 Years of Rebuilding Lives Together” for the Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific, has received international recognition.

 

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