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Eddie London, editor

COM faculty represents Hawai‘i at India conference

Jacqueline Langley, assistant professor of communication at HPU, is Hawai‘i’s sole representative at the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry Ladies Organisation (FLO) Mission in Delhi and Jaipur, India, March 9-16, 2007. [More]


Jacqueline Langley

File photo

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Writers network at Ko‘olau workshop

Everything you know about writing isn’t necessarily wrong, but it may not be enough. [More]


Darrell H.Y Lum, co-founder and co-editor of Bamboo Ridge Press

Photos by Angela Sorace

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Not research literate? HPU libraries can help

You’ve got a cell phone. You’ve got a computer. You’ve got a high-speed connection. You think you’re wired and ready to start your research. [More]

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Join Kalamalama

Kalamalama seeks applicants for several fall 2007 staff positions including editor, associate editor, online edition editor-trainee, photo editor, office manager and photographers. Send cover letter, resume, and clips to:

1154 Fort Street, Suite 312, Honolulu, HI 96813, or by e-mail to: kalamalama@hpu.edu.
Deadline April 13, 2007.

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Aloha from President Wright

The best kind of education takes place in a community in which knowledge is examined and actively applied. One such learning community at HPU is the Psychology program in College of Liberal Arts. [More]

Chaplain's Corner

Successful students are those who can keep a balance in their lives in the midst of jam-packed schedules. Four important areas of life need lots of TLC (tender loving care): our mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual well-being. Too much time devoted to one area to the neglect of the others can build up stress and unbalance us. [More]

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