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HPU Theatre premiere
- The Cherry Orchard opens on March 30 -

To be, or not to be—classic? That was the question on the mind of HPU theater director, Joyce Maltby, when she chose this semester’s featured play. Her production of The Cherry Orchard, written by Russian playwright, Anton Chekov, is bound, she believes, to please theater enthusiasts. [More]


Director Joyce Maltby

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Being late to work can get you fired

Everyone gets delayed some times. People arrive late to meetings, classes, or work, and many have likely, at least once, told a teacher or boss a white lie and blamed a traffic jam or a cancelled bus. Such things happen; that’s the way it is. However, an excuse such as “I had to take my cat to the dentist,” is maybe too much. [More]


Late to Work,” a new survey by CareerBuilder.com, found that one in 10 employees arrive late to work.

Illustration by Anders Langset

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Tips for interisland travel on a budget

For decades, Hawai‘i travel agents, resorts, and even student travel agencies have been repeating one common theme to would-be travelers: “You have to reach far into your pocketbook if you want to travel around Hawai‘i. That’s just how it is—it’s expensive here.” [More]


A beautiful day in Kihei on the island of Maui.

Photo by Brittany Yap

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HPU baseball splits 4-3 against GCU

HPU (7-8) won four of a seven-game series, March 6-10 against the Antelopes of Grand Canyon University (11-10) at Central O‘ahu Regional Park in Waipio. [More]

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Greener auto technology aids in creating a cleaner environment

Cleaner and greener auto technology is exploding, according to a comprehensive article in the March/April 2007 issue of E – The Environmental Magazine. From fuel cells to plug-in hybrids, the industry hasn’t shown more research and development since the halcyon days of 1900, when gasoline, steam, and electric vehicles (EVs) were competing in the marketplace. [More]


The latest evolution of the Honda FCX fuel-cell car is zero emission, fun to drive, has a 300 mile range, and is quickly refilled at a hydrogen pumping station. Costs remain very high, and there are only about 30 hydrogen stations in the U.S.

Courtesy EartTalk

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