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Eija Rissanen, editor

KSSK Internship: So much to learn, so little time

Want to meet famous singers, comedians, actors, artists, and lots of other people both famous and not? An internship with Sweetie Pacarro at KSSK may be for you. She produces the Saturday Morning Show, and she is looking for HPU students who qualify for practicum credit. [More]

 

Left to right HPU senior Kristine
Ternate, alumni Reenie Rea, and
sophomore Tiffany Garrett take a
break from all the fun at
KSSK to pose for the
camera.

Photo courtesy Tiffany Garrett

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FYI: a film competition for young Americans

Film Your Issue (FYI), a digital film competition for 18- to 26-year-old Americans, is accepting entries on contemporary issues expressed on 30- to 60-second films. Deadline for submissions in all six categories is May 21. [More]

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Scholarship fund brings dreams to life

For some students, going to college is as uncomplicated as scoring enough points on the SAT’s. For others, just getting through high school seems harder today than it was 20 years ago. With tuition costs soaring and the U.S. government raising interest rates on student loans, most families just don’t have $20,000 lying around for their kids to use for school. [More]


Bill Daniels

Web Photo

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Students run Relay for Life

The Honolulu Police Community Foundation (HPCF) is accepting applications for college scholarships from all O‘ahu college-bound high school seniors as well as current college students. One-year scholarship awards of $1,000 per recipient will be awarded, and past recipients may re-apply each year if they continue to qualify, up to $4,000 total. [More]

 

 

Lana Lana tells the story of
her sister-in-law Joanna who
died of cancer.

Photo courtesy Natalie Claire Winson

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