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Eddie London, editor

HPU Student Affairs division reorganized

HPU president Chatt G. Wright announced last week the promotion and reassignment of several staff members in the Division of Student Affairs, under the direction of Vice President Dr. Jeffrey L. Philpott. [More]

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HRM visits on site with travel industry managers

Students at HPU can expect to learn career and life skills, not only in the typical classroom setting, but also by gaining practical knowledge through hands-on experience and testimonials from established business professionals. [More]

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Aloha from President Wright

One reason students choose HPU is that we are, as our mission statement says, “set in the rich cultural context of Hawai‘i.” And when many of you think “rich cultural context,” what comes to mind are good weather, surfing, and our multicultural society. All of those are important, but they are just the beginning. Hawai‘i also boasts a vibrant professional life that enriches the educational context for HPU students. [More]

Chaplain's Corner

These are days of celebration and preparation for religious people around the world. For Christians this is the season of Lent, and in preparation for Easter (April 8), which celebrates the resurrection of Jesus who was crucified, many practice spiritual disciplines of prayer, fasting, and devotion that draw them closer to God. Jews are preparing for Passover (April 3-10), which commemorates the historical “deliverance ” of the Israelites from Egypt. Many Muslims recently finished the pilgrimage to Mecca (known as the Hajj) to honor one of the Five Pillars of Islam and so be brought closer to Allah. [More]

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