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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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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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Parasailing Hawai‘i Skies
For adventure and tranquility seekers

Feeling stressed? Overwhelmed by school and work? Looking for a way to get away from it all? Here’s a simple solution: Parasailing! [More]


Hanalei Jaber looks on as another couple gets strapped in to tandem parasail before he does.

Photo by Brittany Yap

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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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Assisted suicide a moral right: Upholding Oregon’s
physician-assisted suicide law is right result, wrong reason

Since 1997 Oregon physicians have been permitted by statute to help their patients commit suicide. Recently the Supreme Court upheld this controversial law, reaching the right result for the wrong reasons. By basing its decision on legal technicalities, the Court managed to avoid addressing the real issue: an individual’s unconditional right to commit suicide. [More]


John Ashcroft, attorney general during G. W. Bush’s first term, tried to prosecute Oregon doctors as drug dealers.

Web Photo

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