.Sections

.Front Page

.News

.Student Life

.Science & Environment

.Arts & Entertainment

.Etcetera

.Business

.Opinion

.People & Places

.Women's Life

.Military Matters

.Lifestyles

.Sports

 

.Archives

.About Us

 

 

Lifestyles

Mikaela Olsson, editor

 

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome:
Life, even without choice, goes on

Some HPU students study harder then others, some of them have better grades then others do. They have choices: to be a good or a bad student, to study more or less, to join a club or to go clubbing. They have choices. [More]


Jenya today

......................................................................................................................................................

Meals with a message

On Wednesdays and Thursdays, the unmistakable smell of curry beef stew wafts in my apartment windows. My neighbors, Dave Frankovic and Earl Chang, have begun cooking the 40-plus meals they will distribute to the homeless at at Kailua District Park or Kailua Beach Park. [More]

......................................................................................................................................................

International ethics writer to teach summer COM courses

by Kalamalama staff

Mitchell Land, co-author of the new ethics text Contemporary Media Ethics and director of the Mayborn Graduate Institute of Journalism at the University of North Texas, will teach two communication courses at HPU in summer 1: JOUR 3000, Introduction to Journalism, from 5:15 to 8:45 p.m. MW and COM 3750, Global Communication Cases, from 11:05 a.m. to 2 p.m. MW.

Land has extensive experience teaching and doing research on media in French-speaking Africa. Founder of the Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Writers Conference of the Southwest, his research has been published in such premier journals as Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, Journal of Communication, Critical Studies in Mass Communication, and African Urban and Rural Studies.

“ Not only communication majors but also majors in areas such as international studies and International Business should find Land’s Global Communication Cases course of particular interest if they are looking for an elective this summer,” said Dr. James Whitfield, dean of the College of Communication. “His Introduction to Journalism, JOUR 3000, will heavily emphasize ethical communication and newswriting from an international as well as U.S. perspective,” Whitfield added.

......................................................................................................................................................

Back

Kalamalama, the HPU Student Newspaper. All rights reserved.

Web site designed by Robin Hansson.and maintained by Christina Failma

Untitled Document