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Lifestyles

Susie Contreras, editor

 

Student credit cards: good, bad, and ugly

Meet Sally Smith (not her real name). She is about to turn 21 years old and has more than $2,000 of credit card debt. Over the course of just one year, she acquired four different credit cards, and she has spent the past two years of college paying them off. Her chances of paying the cards off before she graduates are small; she may be done paying off the debt two more years from now, but only if she doesn’t use the credit cards again. [More]

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Save $70: Don't jaywalk

The Honolulu Police Department reminds HPU students that jaywalking is against the law and that violators will receive a $70 ticket. [More]

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Alums open international tea room

Anyone who wants to experience a real Asian tea time should visit Cha no ma Tea House, a restaurant just opened in Waikiki by two former HPU students. Cha no ma means “tea room” in Japanese and refers to a place of serenity and peace. [More]

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