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Former HPU star Benny Agbayani lives his dream

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Benny Agbayani

When Benny Peter Agbayani decided to play collegiate baseball at Hawai‘i Pacific University 16 years ago, it led to a career in professional baseball that turned fantasy into reality. [More]

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With 5th generation iPod Apple is king of mp3 hill

Five generations seems an eternity. Who’d have thought Apple could squeeze five generations into four years?
In October the company released its fifth generation iPod. Enhancements include a larger screen, a svelter frame (45 percent thinner than the fourth generation), and the ability to play MPEG-4 videos. It still serves as an MP3 player and photo viewer and is available in the traditional white, and in black. [More]


The latest iPod Apple
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FCC to regulate Internet use

According to an October New York Times article, the federal government is requiring hundreds of universities across the United States to upgrade their Internet computer networks to make it easier for law enforcement officials to monitor online communication. [More]

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Faith-based crusade for religious judges is an attack on Constitution, rational government

They call themselves “people of faith,” and they are waging war against a basic principle of American government: the separation of church and state. Complaining that our secular culture has improperly banished God from government, religious conservatives are working tirelessly to inject faith-based decision making into America’s legal system. [More]

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HPU falls in five at semifinal game

(From L to R) Vera Oliveira, Barbara Martin, Melissa Sekigawa, Danie Hout


The 2005 Hawai’i Pacific University women’s volleyball team’s quest for a third NCAA II championship came to an end in the second round of the Pacific Regional in Los Angeles, California. The fourth-seeded Sea Warriors were edged by host team and top-seeded Cal State Los Angeles in five sets, 30-32, 27-30, 30-25, 30-12, and 15-17. [More]
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