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Intercultural Day: HPU’s own ‘small world’

Photo by Baxter Cepeda

Intercultural Day Chair Cecelia Koscinski-Mulder, left, an international relations major, leads the globally diverse students of HPU in an international parade through downtown Honolulu April 21.

A parade of countries, ethnic costumes from around the world, food booths, cultural displays: all were part of HPU’s 22nd annual Intercultural Day April 21 on Fort Street Mall. [More]

For more pictures on Intercultural Day, go [here].

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U.S. Rep. makes case

The well-publicized and long-sought debate between U.S. Representative Ed Case and Senator Daniel Akaka fizzled into a question and answer session when the junior, in tenure only, Senator Akaka failed to show at HPU’s downtown campus April 17. [More]


Hawai‘i Congressman Ed Case at Warmer Auditorium.

Photo by Chuck Cordill

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A fish story

Most people who know HPU’s president know he is an avid outdoorsman, and that catch-and-release fly fishing is one of his passions. [More]

The angling fame of HPU President Chatt G. Wright stretches across the West on billboards around Casper, Wyo.

Courtesy of V.P. Rick Stepien.

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