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TIM student wins 1st place scholarship

HPU Travel Industry Management (TIM) senior, Mickey N. Kromann-Jensen, has earned two awards from the Hawai‘i Business Travel Association. [More]


Wendy Lam congratulates TIM senior Mickey Kromann-Jensen as he receives an HBTA scholarship from Michael Nekoba, president and owner of The Mortgage Group.

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Child pornography laws go too far

Have you ever met parents who were delighted in showing pictures of their little kids? Of course in the early pictures the kids are naked. Perhaps those parents were your own? If this is the case, please don’t show those photos to people you don’t know, because they could show these pictures to the police, who could arrest you for possession of child pornography, and your parents for production of it. [More]

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Traditional tattoo: A Polynesian way to own your own identity

Tattoo—Depending on the listener’s age, experience, and, yes, culture, the word can stir up a variety of emotions. Young people today tend to be excited by tattoos and are usually positive about getting them. Older people tend to be negative about them and appalled at the foolishness of youth. [More]


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Alum’s magazine for success is success

When a business is successful or a restaurant is a hit, word spreads quickly, especially on an island. However we don’t always hear about the people who are the driving force behind the effort. [More]

 

 

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Hawai‘i’s renewable energy sources

Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of articles that will look at what Hawai‘i is doing to develop renewable energy sources, and what it could be doing. [More]


Solar power panels at the Natural Energy Lab, Keahole Point, Hawai‘i.

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