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by Tiffany Garrett and Eddie London, editor

Winding roads to success: Alums share experiences

Invited by Liane Maeda, director of HPU’s Career Services Center, three alumni visited the downtown campus Sept. 22 to share their insights about personal struggles and success. Carissa Ching, Ian Fernandez, and Scott Liedtke reminisced about their college days and told the student audience in the First Hawaiian Tower conference room that even when things seem rough, they nonetheless do work out, somehow. [More]


HPU alums advise students on careers. L-r: Ian Fernandez, Carissa Ching, and Scott Liedtke.

Photo by Jermel Quillopo

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HPU provides island schools with much-needed teachers

In response to Hawai‘i’s crippling teacher shortage, Hawai‘i Pacific University has developed an innovative graduate program to prepare teacher candidates to become professional educators. [More]

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Flight or fight: Students handling stress

The “college experience” is one that many high school students anticipate. If few parents realize how powerful is the lure of freedom college offers, few students realize, at first, that college is not all fun and games. By the time they do, the fun is often overshadowed by high levels of stress, anxiety, and depression. [More]

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Aloha from President Wright

Every member of the HPU ‘ohana knows that our University is truly a global learning community that brings together students from more than 100 countries. This global perspective is at the core of the College of International Studies, which brings together a number of academic programs focusing on international affairs. It offers undergraduate majors in anthropology, international relations, international studies, political science, and teaching English as a second language; minors in geography, Japanese, and Spanish; specialized English language programs for international students; and an MA TESL program. [More]

Chaplain's Corner

The semester is really flying by and a lot of commitments and responsibilities compete for our time and attention. How well are you doing in keeping up with it all? [More]

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