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Chaplain's Corner
with Reverend Dale Burke
 
Welcome all to a new semester at HPU! I hope that your holiday was refreshing, and that you are ready to tackle the rigors of the academic life. The opportunities that lay before us this term are endless, and in this article I want to encourage and inspire everyone to do two things: Get involved and stay in touch.

A quality university education goes beyond the boundaries of the classroom. What happens outside the lecture halls deepens the learning experience and frames education in the context of the world around us. Participating in student activities, co-curricular events, and internships adds value to our education, connects it to the community, and allows us to develop relationships that can last a lifetime. But you have to participate, to get involved.

How does one get involved? First, one must know about them and that means one needs to stay in touch with the heartbeat of the University. The best sources of information are Campus Pipeline and the student newspaper, Kalamalama. Keep reading this issue for more information, and note the signs on the mall and the flyers and banners posted by Student Life to keep you in touch with all that is going on.

Our spiritual connections are as important as our academic and social ones! All of the local churches, temples, and synagogues are eager to welcome you and make you feel at home. Check out Pipeline for listings.

All are welcome to our non-denominational Chapel service every Wednesday, noon-12:30 p.m. at Warmer Auditorium. It’s a good way to get off to a great start!


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