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by Tiffany Garrett and Eddie London, editor

Bush protest rally stirs activism at HPU

Honolulu, Oct. 5: a lazy Thursday afternoon on Fort Street Mall was suddenly shaken by incessant, rhythmic drumming and a woman’s voice shouting the refrain: “Join us! Join us! The world can’t wait! Drive out the Bush regime!” [More]


HPU students protest against the Bush Administration.

Photo by Jaime Ahmed

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HPU schedules International Holiday Bazaar Dec. 1.

Whatever “the holidays” mean to you—Christmas, Kwanza, New Years, Chanukah, Boxing Day, activities in snow or activities in sun—preparations are underway for HPU’s newest holiday tradition, the International Holiday Bazaar. On Dec. 1, upper Fort Street Mall will once again be transformed into a marketplace with exciting booths exhibiting holiday traditions from around the world. [More]

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Hawai ‘i Pacific Review scheduled for island-wide release in November

HPU publishes outstanding written works by contributors from Hawai‘i and countries around the world in its annual literary magazine, Hawai‘i Pacific Review. Volume 20 will be released island wide Nov. 1. [More]


The Hawai ‘i Pacific Review will be available island wide on Nov. 1.

Courtesy Hawai‘i Pacific Review

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Hawai ‘i Pacific Review scheduled for island-wide release in November

The American Resort Development Association (ARDA)-Hawai‘i has established an endowed scholarship at HHPU to facilitate the education of students about and to provide opportunities for students to pursue careers in the timeshare industry. [More]


L.-r., Chad Jensen, President Wright, Mitchell Imanaka

Courtesy Wendy Lam

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Aloha from President Wright

I am pleased to announce the appointment, effective this summer, of Dr. Charles Steilen, HPU professor of Marketing, as new dean of the College of Business Administration. [More]

Chaplain's Corner

Did the earthquakeget your attention? When it rumbled through our house that Sunday morning, I thought to myself “Earthquakes don’t visit Hawai‘i. We get volcanoes and hurricanes. Please may no one get hurt!” [More]

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