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Flavia Brakling, editor

Video students get expert advice on death and dying

Most students put on their best party spirit for spring break, but HPU’s advanced video production students took the “word” spirit to a deeper level with a soul-searching experience. They participated in a death and dying workshop given by Michael Murphy on March 24. [More]


Michael Murphy with HPU Advanced Video students and instructor after his workshop on death and dying. Murphy has a dual citizenship (American and British) and currently lives in Ireland. He flew to Hawai‘i to help students on their project on artist Peggy Chun, an ALS patient who has been totally paralyzed, able to move only her eyes. From left to right (back row): Harry Buerkle, Adam Ward, and Dee Keyser. From left to right (front row): Lisa O’Brien, Johanna Levenius, Michael Murphy, Jacqueline Langley, Chika Orito, and Michael Carreiro.

Photo by Flavia Brakling

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