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Opinion

Jontue Martin and Luke Massario, editor

HPU clubs tap school’s fertile ground for activism

Students are the next generation, in line to enter the real world and begin contributing in politics, government, economy, and society in general. What are HPU students doing to prepare for the world? [More]


Many HPU students participated in the “Walk for Life.”

Courtesy Nicole Loschke

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Asia searching for identity, sense of regionalism

Asia’s regional identity was imposed from without. It was Europe that named Asia. That is how Jong Won Lee, a law professor at Japan’s Rikkyo University, sees it. And he is not alone. The quest for meaningful identity continues in Asia, even if the definition is still vague. [More]

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