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Spring Honors Banquet awards student academic achievement and service, addresses financial need

Courtesy HPU Office Scholarship and Honors

President and Mrs. Chatt G. Wright applaud as HPU Trustee Dr. Frank E. Butterworth presents the Pacific Islander Scholarship to Utuloa Langi.

Every spring, HPU celebrates its best and brightest with awards, scholarships, cash, and approbation at the annual Spring Honors Banquet, held regularly, in recent years, at the Waikiki Prince. The event, on March 12, was a stunning parade of the University’s top students in academics and service. [More]

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Kalamalama wins Best School Newspaper award

Kalamalama took state-wide first-place honors for the third consecutive year in the school newspaper category at the Hawai‘i Publisher’s Association Pa‘i Awards ceremony held at the Hilton Hawaiian Village Coral Ballroom on March 30. The award honors the best newspaper that serves a Hawai‘i school. The judging criteria included quality and completeness of editorial coverage, design, layout, photography, and relevance to the school that the newspaper serves. [More]


Kalamalama Editor Kyle Galdeira and Associate Editor Brittany Yap with Kalamalama’s Pa‘i Award for Best School Newspaper in Hawai‘i. Earlier in March, Galdeira and Yap were awarded summer internships at, respectively, Hawai‘i Business Magazine and The Honolulu Advertiser.

Photo by Bazter Cepeda

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Global Citizenship Symposium: Think global, act local

Have you attended a Global Citizenship Student Symposium at the Hawai‘i Loa campus? If you haven’t, you might be missing out on a chance to make real connections with fellow students. And you might be missing an opportunity to accomplish something significant. [More]

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'Raise the Roof' concert benefits homeless shelters

HPU “Raise(d) the Roof” for Habitat for Humanity with a free and alcohol-free concert on April 15 at the Aloha Tower Marketplace. [More]

Two of the three bands that performed at the concert.
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