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Rights Watch researcher addresses symposium

Rebecca Schliefer, an attorney and researcher with the Human Rights Watch HIV/AIDS program, was the keynote speaker at a student symposium on global citizenship at HPU’s Hawai‘i Loa campus April 22. Schliefer spoke on the experiences that led her to make choices in her life as an engaged citizen in a global context. [More]


Rebecca Schliefer

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Work made easier with new keyboard

Family members, friends, acquaintances, and employees are able to communicate instantly with one another through various means with pocket technology, including devices such as cell phones and Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs). Although compact devices are convenient to carry, their small size has a big disadvantage: they are too small to incorporate a full keyboard. [More]

 

Canesta Electronics Company has produced a light-projected keyboard with
new infrared technology, allowing
users to convert any flat surface into
a full-size keyboard, eliminating having
to lug numerous gadgets around when
working on the move.

Web Photo

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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

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Taiwanese cuisine in downtown Honolulu

When most people think of Chinese food, they think of fried rice, chow mien, kung pow chicken, beef broccoli, cashew chicken, and so on, all the common foods found in local restaurants. These items are actually part of Cantonese cuisines, and Cantonese food has long been widely distributed in the United States. Taiwanese cuisine, on the other hand, has quite a different taste. It is flavorful yet healthy, aromatic yet always new. If you doubt this, there are several Taiwanese restaurants in Honolulu where you can experience it. [More]


Tiki Café is just a few blocks from HPU, on Hotel Street near Fort Street Mall.

Photo by Baxter Cepeda

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Crowd in heaven as West touches sky
Grammy-award winner performs in Hawai‘i

Kanye West, 28, was best known as a producer until 2004 when he released his debut album The College Dropout, which was immediately successful and which earned two Grammies in 2005: Best Rap Album and Best Rap Song (“Jesus Walks”). [More]


Kanye West rips up the stage with his energetic performance at the Neil Blaisdell Arena.

Photo by Jimmi Hemmenbach

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