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

Top Stories

HPU exhibits showcased student are

Yumika Komatsu, 21, a visual communications major at HPU, was excited to learn from one of her professors about HPU’s annual art exhibit. She immediately submitted her portfolio, and the judges chose six of her paintings to be in the exhibit. [More]

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Kalamalama at Media Expo

Advertisers had the chance to gather information about Hawai‘i Pacific University and a wide range of Hawai‘i publications, including Kalamalama, at the Hawai‘i Publishers Association Print Media Expo Sept. 15 at the Hilton Hawaiian Village. [More]

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Freshman lives through disaster

With just his school backpack and the clothes he wore, freshman Louis Scott, 18, came to Hawai‘i Sept. 2, Friday before school started. Like any other freshman, he did not want to miss the first day of class. [More]

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HPU Celebrates 40th Anniversary

HPU’s celebration of its 40th anniversary climaxed on Fort Street Mall Sept. 16, with a Club Carnival, a U.S. Constitution game, musical performances, and a 40-foot cake. Alumni from all over the world participated in the activities along with community leaders and HPU faculty, staff, and students. [More]

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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]

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Proffessor Knowles deployed

The Army Reserve TV commercial that shows empty offices and vacant places of employment, with the words “currently fighting the war on terror” could be about Professor Gordon Knowles, Ph.D. He could offer his empty HPU office and the phrase “currently working on Task Force Liberty in Iraq” for the commercial. [More]

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Meet the summer valedictorians

Three exceptional students were chosen as valedictory speakers for the August 2005 HPU graduation ceremony. [More]

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