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Student Life

Michele Shackelford, editor

What to do if - you’re new to HPU

Suggestions for those new to Hawai‘i: [More]

New students can turn to HPU
staff for answers to questions
they may have.

Photo by Eddie London

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HPU volunteers work
on Montana reservation

St. Paul, Minn. (June 15) Listening to Blackfoot shamen talk story around a campfire, riding horseback across open plains, learning ancient customs from Blackfoot tribal elders: these were just some of the highlights for an HPU group that spent a week on a Blackfoot Reservation. [More]

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Center gets needed face lift

What HPU facility has a leaky ceiling, rickety tables, and old furniture? Not the HPU Sea Warrior Center, not anymore at least. [More]


HPU’s Sea Warrior Center
gets new flooring and
additional renovations.

Photo by Eddie London

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Student off-campus meal plan offered

It looks like some HPU students can finally shed the often-used label of “poor, starving college student.” Well, at least the starving part. [More]

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HPU junior crowned Miss Hawai‘i 2006

HPU has produced a number of pageant winners, including 2006 Miss Hawai‘i U.S.A. Radasha Ho‘ohuli, a pre-med major. But the Miss Hawai‘i crown has proven more elusive—until this year, when junior Pilialoha Gaison was crowned June 9 at the Hilton Hawaiian Village. The festivities included three current HPU students and Gaison. They join a growing number of other young women whose education has been enabled by HPU’s scholarship support of the state’s two beauty pageants. [More]

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I'm not ready! High school graduation more exciting for some

Graduating from high school was a big deal. I had been waiting my whole life for it. It was like the day I got my driver’s license, my first prom, my 18th birthday. Thinking about it, these all express a common theme: independence. [More]


Kathleen Wilson

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Connecting classrooms to the real world

Graduating from high school was a big deal. I had been waiting my whole life for it. It was like the day I got my driver’s license, my first prom, my 18th birthday. Thinking about it, these all express a common theme: independence. [More]


Ms. Nona Tamanaha with students in the HRM classes.
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