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600+ students network with 66 employers

Still searching for that special dream job? You may have missed an opportunity. On March 4, HPU’s Business and Technology Career Fair provided many students and alumni a chance to network, research, and perhaps even find employment in these two prime fields.


HPU celebrates 21st Intercultural Day

Hawai‘i Pacific University will celebrate its 21st annual Intercultural Day April 22, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Fort Street Mall. The event, which is free and open to the public, spotlights the global diversity of HPU students through cultural exhibits, national costumes, a parade, and lively stage performances of traditional dance and music from around the world. This year, HPU has partnered with the downtown Business Improvement District to provide ethnic foods.


Book Beat:My library account - Online!

Do you know that it’s possible to renew items online, to see what books you have out or on hold, what your fines are, what address the library has for you—all from the comfort of home? Just use the library’s Public Access Catalog (PAC). Follow some simple steps:


Faculty share creativity, craft

Warmer Auditorium came alive with laughter, smiles, and memories as four HPU faculty shared poetry and short stories with about 35 students and staff at the fourth annual faculty reading on March 16. It was “An Ides of March/St. Patrick’s Day Celebration of Faculty Creativity,” said Assistant Professor of English Adele Ne Jame, who introduced her fellow presenters and colleagues Professor Deborah Ross, Instructor Patrice Wilson, and Assistant Professor Barbara Hannum.


Aloha from the President

I am delighted to share the good news about HPU’s newest graduate program. Beginning this summer, we will offer courses leading to teacher certification and the Master of Education degree in Secondary Education.


Chaplain's Corner

It is never too early to think about end-of-life issues. To what heroic extent do we want our loved ones to care for us is a decision we all must and should make. Do we want to be kept alive with every available means or will it be OK to cease artificial care when all signs of possible recovery have faded? It is very important that our loved ones know our wishes. These wishes can be outlined in a document known as a Living Will.



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