Sections

.Front Page

.News

.Student Life

.Science & Environment

.Arts & Entertainment

.Etcetera

.Opinion

.People & Places

.Women's Life

.Military Matters

.Lifestyles

.Sports

 

.Archives

.About Us

 

 

...Volume 29, issue No. 9, October 17, 2005

Top Stories
Jihad does not translate to holy war
Dr. Muhammad Abdullah, center, poses with students after his talk defining jihad.

An eclectic group of 60 students and professors gathered Oct. 27 at the Sea Warrior Center in the Blaisdell Hotel to hear Dr. Muhammad Abdullah discuss the controversial and media-abused word jihad. They also learned a lot about the Muslim religion and Islam culture. [More]

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

Halloween Hoopla--not so scary, but a lot of fun

Pirates, Hercules, and the Phantom of the Opera were among the colorful “guests” joining HPU faculty and students to create a cheerful commotion at the annual Halloween Hoopla Oct. 30 at St. Andrew’s Priory in Honolulu. [More]

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

Tales of haunted Hawai'i

The late Glen Grant was well known in Hawai‘i for his “chicken skin” stories and ghost tours. When he lost his battle with cancer in June of 2003, friend Robert Lopaka Kapanui took over Grant’s story telling. [More]

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

Music-In Tune

Time to listen to Hear

Brittni Paiva is a Big Island girl with a God-given talent for string instruments. She released her second album Hear early this month. Despite being only 16 years old, she plays the ‘ukulele, the guitar, and the bass on all the albums’ tracks, with great passion and tremendous technical skill. [More]

 
 
 
 
 

 

Kalamalama, the HPU Student Newspaper. All rights reserved.

Web site designed and maintained by Robin Hansson.