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Global citizenship brings USC professor to HPU
According to the U.S. News and World Report, HPU has one of the most diverse student populations in the nation. With students from more than 100 different countries, multiracial interactions are common for HPU students. That doesn’t mean they shouldn’t be studied, and HPU’s global citizenship program does this. From Feb. 9-11, it sponsored a series of talks by George Sanchez, a professor of history and American studies and ethnicity at the University of Southern California. [More]


University of Southern California's George Sanchez speaks with students about multiracial interactions.

Photo by Baxter Cepeda

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Sauna: A Finnish national institution

How would you react if you got the following invitation from someone you just met while visiting Finland? “You are invited to take off all your clothes, and go to a little room heated to at least 165 Fahrenheit, where you sit naked with other strangers for a while and sweat.” [More]


Finnish Saunas are often built over lakes or fjords.

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Good News:
Superferry coming to Hawai'i

Last issue we told you about Waikiki’s street performers. Now we will tell you about the city’s attempts to remove them from the street in front of the International Marketplace, a prime location that allows them to make a living doing their art. [More]


The Hawai'i's Superferry with its home port on O'ahu, will begin daily services to Maui early in 2007 and services to Kaua'i and the Big Island in 2008.

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Samoan soldier returns from a year-long deployment in Iraq

“We’re home!” thought Pvt. Haqueen Solia, as he looked through his airplane window and saw O‘ahu for the first time in more than a year. [More]


Pvt. Haqueen Solia

Photo by Brittany Yap

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Soccer teams rebuild for spring season

The 2005 Men’s Island Soccer Organization (MISO) champions, HPU White men’s soccer team, has had a flying start to the 2006 season, beating Latin Hawai‘i 4-3 Jan. 29 and trouncing Aloha Amazon 5-1 Feb. 6. The team’s third consecutive win came Feb. 12 over the Dawgs by 4-2. [More]


Deniz Vural, No. 5, pushes the ball upfield.

Photo courtesy Jimmi Hemmenbach

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