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HPU campus hosts LOST

Photo by Eddie London

The HPU downtown campus was transformed overnight into a Bangkok city street. Some students, facutly, and staff found themselves Lost in the process.

A magazine stand, a poultry stand, a bar, and crowds of interested onlookers cluttered the middle of Fort Street Mall Nov. 13 outside the Blaisdell Hotel, which houses, among other things, HPU’s bookstore. The ABC TV show Lost used the heart of the downtown HPU campus to create a flashback scene set in Bangkok, Thailand. [More]

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HPU honor societies induct new members

Nearly 350 students were inducted into honor societies at the Honors Brunch on Nov. 5 held at the DeRussy Ballroom at the Hale Koa Hotel. [More]


Dan Flood, 2006-07
Teacher of the Year at HPU,
was keynote speaker at the
fall Honors Brunch.”

Photo by Paul Eslit

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HPU brings A Star of Joy to Honolulu

HPU’s International Chorale and Vocal Ensemble presented their fifth annual winter concert, “A Star of Joy” for the holiday season, at Central Union Church on Dec. 1. Playing for the vocal groups, in its debut performance, was the new HPU Chamber Orchestra. The performing ensemble included a small group of string players (violin, viola, cello, and bass) and one flautist. [More]

 
 

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