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Eija Rissanen and Nicole Loschke, editor

Have a Haunted Halloween on O'ahu

Hawai‘i is well known for its active volcanoes, beautiful beaches, and perfect surf. But what about its ghosts? Many places around the island are said to have spirits lurking. With Halloween around the corner, ghost hunting might be the perfect way for thrillseekers to celebrate All Hallow’s Eve. If you don’t know of any local haunts, here are eight places that are sure to give you “chicken skin.” [More]


O‘ahu Cemetery on Nu‘uanu Avenue was founded in 1844 and has hundreds of century-old gravestones.

Photo by Eddie London

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Alakai Jaycees VP excels nationally

While HPU students were in class at the end of September, Joua Moua a senior majoring in corporate communication was in Indianapolis, Ind., at the U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce convention, from Sept. 27 through Oct. 1. Moua participated in the Speak-up and Write-up competitions. [More]


Joua Moua, vice president of Alakai Jaycees

Courtesy Alakai Jaycees

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Student ill-prepared for an inconvenient disaster

The recent earthquake felt state wide was the biggest I have ever experienced. Besides making me realize how boring life can be without television and Internet, it showed me how unprepared I am for a disaster. [More]


Brittany Yap

Photo by Eddie London

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Public service opportunities:
First Fridays looking for help

“More and more community service projects are becoming available!” said Jenni Matheson, director of Student Life about the downtown art communities growing need for volunteers to help with First Friday events. “Here is a chance for your RIO to make its mark on the Honolulu community’s map!” Matheson added. [More]

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Meet the new faces of ASHPU:
New officers elected for fall 2006-spring 2007 terms
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