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Erinne McGee and Kaylee Noborikawa, editor

Men’s soccer finish 3-2 on road trip

In their first appearance on the mainland, the HPU men’s soccer team didn’t disappoint. The Sea Warriors won three out of five games on the road and returned on Oct. 10 with an overall record of 6-4-1. [More]

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HPU splits double with BYU-H

The HPU men’s soccer team (6-5-2) had little time to recover from its strenuous road trip as they faced Brigham Young University-Hawai‘i (5-4-1), losing 1-0 on Oct. 12 and playing to tie on Oct. 14. [More]


Michael King jumps for a header.

Courtesy HPU athletics

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Barbara Martin: Beating the odds

When she was 13 and 5 feet 10, Barbara Martin was constantly teased about her height. After being called names like “stork,” “giraffe,” and “bamboo,” Martin told her mother that she didn’t want to grow up any more and wanted to see a doctor. [More]

Barbara Martin

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