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HPU to present intercultural bazaar

Cultural exhibits, traditional dance, music, and crafts from around the world: HPU will celebrate its first-ever Intercultural Holiday Bazaar Dec. 2, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Fort Street Mall. The event, which is free and open to the public, will spotlight HPU students’ diversity and will serve as a preview to HPU’s annual Intercultural Day, held each spring. [More]

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HPU initiates 302 Honor students

“This broke all previous attendance records,” said Mariam Fouad, Honors chairperson, about the Nov. 6 Honor’s Brunch at the Hale Koa hotel in Waikiki. During a nearly four-hour initiation ceremony, 302 HPU students were accepted into 17 honor societies. [More]


Jerry Agrusa

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Winners announced

The first place winner of the fall 2005 COM 1000 Communication Concepts Crossword Puzzle Contest is Kawena Kawainui.

All COM 1000 students were eligible to complete a crossword puzzle found in the centerfold of a “Communication Cafe” newsletter created by College of Communication faculty member Marianne Luken as part of a Teaching Enhancement Grant to enhance the COM 1000 experience for students and faculty.

On Nov. 10, Kawainui was surprised by Luken’s impromptu visit to her class with a basket full of HPU logo items. As the winning student’s teacher, Melina Lillios received a compact HPU umbrella.
Nine other students won prizes of HPU T-shirts or logo mugs: Martin Valdez, Cricket Blair Pigao, Sandra Moose, Lindsay Wallace, Jeanelle Pinpin, Zachary Gaea, Luke Tabor,Alice Paet-Ah Sing, and Francisco Ceballor.

Kawainui’s winning entry was among 49 submitted for the contest.

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TIM research international

California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger traveled to China on an historic six-day (Nov. 13-19) trade mission with research compiled by HPU travel industry management Professor Dr. Jerome Agrusa. [More]

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