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Student Life

Eija Rissanen and Baxter Cepeda, editor

Relay for Life because cancer never sleeps

Colleges Against Cancer will host the second annual Relay for Life at Windward Community College. The event will open on March 31 and close the next day, April 1. Relay for Life is an overnight event that challenges teams of individuals to keep at least one team member moving for 12 hours. [More]


(Left to right) Toni Sanchez, Jonathan Riel, and Jorge Arias.

Photo courtesy Colleges Against Cancer

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Former legislator teachers labor relations

Looking for some good Chinese food in the downtown area? Or for a place where Honolulu’s powerful dine? Anthony Chang, 61, the new HPU adjunct who teaches COM 3810, an experimental course in Labor Relations, may be the perfect person to ask. Not only is he a former state senator, but he was also a Chinese food and restaurant columnist for Wokking Around Town, a monthly online dining column. [More]


New adjunct professor Anthony Chong.

Photo by Chuck Cordill

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Future promising for Ad major

Darryl Takushi, a 21- year-old advertising major at HPU, likes to watch TV in his spare time. His favorite shows are The L Word and Lost, and when he’s not busy watching them he’s a full-time student who works in the Admissions Office. On top of that, Takushi was just named the Most Promising Minority Student by the American Advertising Federation. [More]


Darryl Takushi

Photo by Baxter Cepeda

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Student Life Office organizes student events

The Student Life Office is the heart and soul of the HPU student body whether it’s for helping the Associated Students of HPU plan campus-wide events or providing clubs with planning or logistical help or funds for their events. It even provides on-campus jobs for some students. [More]


HPU alumna Jenni Matheson is the new director of Student Life.

Photo by Baxter Cepeda

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Club Carnival, pep rally enliven Fort Street Mall

Every semester Fort Street Mall is transformed into a carnival of clubs, all providing new and returning students an opportunity to check out the school’s many student organizations as well as its band, dance, and cheer squads, and the various sports teams. So it was for this spring’s Club Carnival, Feb. 3. [More]

Sophomore finance major Ryan Walker sinks a 10-foot putt.

Photo by Baxter Cepeda

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