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by Tiffany Garrett and Eddie London, editor

Dan Flood named HPU ‘Teacher of the Year’

Every year an outstanding teacher is chosen by the students and faculty and is named by HPU President Chatt Wright the Teacher of the Year at HPU. [More]

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HPU to expand marine sciences programs

Hawai‘i’s tropical island location is ideal for the study of marine and environmental science, and students who wish to pursue an advanced degree in this field will soon have the opportunity to do so at HPU. [More]

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Senior PR executive visits HPU students

The lines between public relation and journalism appear to be blurred, said Bernie Caalim, McNeil Wilson Communications senior vice president for Travel and Tourism. Caalim, who has been a TV news producer and assignment editor for KHON, explained her perception of the similarities and differences between the two to students in HPU’s fall Introduction to Journalism classes. [More]

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Advertiser editor offers insight into media history

OK, it’s a multiple guess. Which statement rings true? [More]


John Windrow, HPU’s new full-time journalism instructor, will teach a history of journalism class in the spring.

Photo by Eddie London

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Take charge of your education:
Consider some rare and unusual course

Editor’s note: Last issue we listed some of the new or rarely offered courses available for spring 2007. We continue this series by offering more information on each course via interviews with some of the professors. Students should consult their academic advisors to determine how some of these course may be substituted for courses in their degree programs. [More]

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HPU students learn sex rules from stand-up comedian

HPU’s Paul and Vi LooTheatre was packed to capacity Nov. 14 for Maria Falzone’s stand up comedy, “Sex Rules”. [More]

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Aloha from President Wright

I want to welcome everyone back from Thanksgiving vacation to a whirlwind of activity at Hawai‘i Pacific University. I hope that you enjoyed the holiday and are all rested for the very important—and very busy—final weeks of the semester. [More]

Chaplain's Corner

Astronomers who use those big telescopes are discovering new things all the time about our marvelous solar system. They now say our universe contains trillions of stars and the most distant galaxies are billions of light years away. To use the word “immense” to describe all of creation would be an understatement, but that’s the word we use to describe our Creator’s handiwork. [More]

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