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By Tiffany Garrett and Chuck Cordill, editor

SIFE@HPU team Regional Champs

HPU Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) took the regional championship March 31 in San Mateo, Calif., at the Pacific Regional Competition held at the Marriott Hotel. [More]


The winning SIFE team, the smallest team to compete, included, left, Akiva Sutta-Gomez, former SIFE president, and Luke Tucker, center, current SIFE president. Advisor Ken Schooland is at the right.

Courtesy SIFE

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New Student Life director HPU alumna

The Office of Student Life has a new director and she is one of our own. Jennifer Matheson, from Pearland, Texas, is an HPU graduate with a bachelor’s in international studies. Her previous job was at Chaminade University as assistant director of admissions. [More]

 


New director Jenni Matheson welomes students to the Fort Street Mall Student Life office.

Photo by Baxter Cepeda

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HPU, Hickam AFB open joint CELP testing center

HPU officials and the base commander gathered for a ribbon-cutting ceremony March 7 launching the new National College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) Testing Center at Hickam Air Force Base, Hawai‘i. [More]


Dr. Les Correa, HPU associate vice president for Academic Affairs, and Col. William Changose separate a ribbon lei, officially opening the first National CLEP Testing Center outside the continental United States.

Photo by Chuck Cordill

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HPU faculty publish new Hawaiian grammar

The new Pocket Hawaiian Grammar (Island Heritage, 2005) is a product of collaboration by three local linguists, two from HPU and one from the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa. HPU Assistant Professor of Hawaiian and Japanese Gary Kanada, who is also chair of modern languages, and HPU Professor of linguistics Dr. Kenneth Cook worked with UH-Manoa linguistics professor emeritus Dr. Albert Schütz to create the handy-sized paperback, which is available at all Borders and Native Books locations, and from IslandHeritage.com. [More]


Gary Kanada


Dr. Kenneth Cook
Courtesy University Relations
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Aloha from the President

One of the new and exciting things going on at HPU right now is the expansion of our music programs. Music faculty is working diligently to create a music minor and eventually a music major. Existing music courses are being revived, and new courses are being proposed. [More]

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Chaplain's Corner

What does Easter mean to you? An “Energizer” bunny? Colored eggs, jellybeans, chocolate rabbits, and a time to get some new clothes? Spring break, perhaps, and a much-needed respite from a rigorous study schedule. Well, for Christians around the world, Easter has a deeper significance: it is the pivotal event of Christendom. [More]

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