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...Volume 29, issue No. 7, August 15, 2005

Top Stories

HPU graduates 600+ in spring ceremony

 

 

HPU conferred associate, baccalaureate, and master degrees on more than 600 students at its 60th commencement ceremony May 18 at the Waikiki Shell. [More]  
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HPU takes honors at spring 'Ilima Awards

A “who’s who” of Honolulu’s communication industry gathered at the Hale Koa hotel on April 9 to honor the outstanding achievements of their peers at the International Association of Business Communicators-Hawai‘i annual ‘Ilima Awards Banquet. [More]

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HRM major wins theatre service award

32-year-old human resources management major from Greece, Nikitas Karakatsanis was honored as the HPU Theatre “Volunteer of the Year” at this year’s Hawai‘i State Theatre Council awards event, “Stars Night Out.” [More]

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Experiencing the island of O'ahu

Tired of the city? Just want to get away? To get a good overview of O‘ahu‘s many facets, it’s a good idea to take a little road trip around the island. Although O‘ahu is the most commercialized of the Hawaiian Islands, much of its natural beauty, and many of its historical landmarks, are accessible to visitors and locals. Here are some of O‘ahu’s best places to visit. [More]

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Did France produce the first feminist? Christine de Pisan's
The City of Ladies

Widowed at 26 with the responsibility of supporting three children, her mother, and a niece, Christine de Pisan, 1364-1430 became a professional writer. She was perhaps the world’s first female professional writer, and she was certainly the first to be produced in medieval France. [More]

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Camp Bucca correspondent makes it back

Editor’s note: Jeff Smith wrote our “Letters from Camp Bucca” column during the 2005 spring semester. He recently returned from a successful deployment. [More]

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Body Piercing: Fad puts many at risk

Many students at HPU exemplify the fascination of today’s young adults with body piercing. There seems to be no limit: tongue, naval, nose, and nipple are only a few of the body parts regularly pierced and displayed on beach and mall. What few of these students realize is that body piercing can be extremely dangerous, especially if not properly pierced and cared for. [More]

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Brakling, Populov tops as HPU scholar-athletes

The Lady Sea Warriors will play their first 2005-tournament in Hilo, the Hawaiian Style Classic, Aug. 25-27. On Sept. 2, they fly to California for a road trip against Sonoma State University, University of California San Diego, California Sate University Bakersfield, and California State University San Bernardino. [More]

   

 

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