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Sports

Ikena Du Pont, editor

Countdown to Soccer World Championship 2006


The winner of the prestigious World Soccer Chanpionship will take home the trophy.

Web Photo

A very big sports event, 32 teams, will take place in Germany this year: the Soccer World Championship 2006 will involve 12 German cities, with the opening match, Germany against Costa Rica, happening in Munich June 9. [More]

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Do student athletes work too hard?

Imagine taking five classes, spending 10 hours every week in a study hall, practicing two to three hours every day, and playing one or two games a week. It sounds unmanageable, but for some students at HPU this is the norm. [More]


An HPU soccer player studying on Fort Street Mall.

Photo by Baxter Cepeda

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HPU Scholar-Athletes

Senior Kyle Galdeira is a master at multitasking. Besides being editor of Kalamalama, he is enrolled in 16 credits, works at a local sports radio station, is starting a magazine, and plays for the HPU baseball team. [More]



Kyle Galdeira

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