.Sections

.Top Stories

.Front Page

.News

.Student Life

.Science & Environment

.Arts & Entertainment

.Etcetera

.Opinion

.People & Places

.Women's Life

.Military Matters

.Lifestyles

.Sports

 

.Archives

.About Us

 

Lifestyles

Susie Contreras, Editor

 

Psychic rules

Call them what you will—psychics, seers, oracles, soothsayers, clairvoyants, gypsies, or mediums—people have sought them out for centuries searching for meaning, the answer to a question, or just out of sheer curiosity. Nostradamus published his first set of quatrains in 1555, and people to this day continue to argue their meaning and assert their application. [More]

......................................................................................................................................................

Volunteers help visitors in trouble

You’ve come to Hawai‘i to vacation. It’s your first time here, but all your life you’ve heard about the beauty of the islands and the warmth of their people. You’ve brought your family—wife and two young teenage daughters. [More]

.......................................................................................................................................................
 

Back

Kalamalama, the HPU Student Newspaper. All rights reserved.

Web site designed and maintained by Robin Hansson.

Untitled Document