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Dayna Kalakau and Michele Shackelford, editor

First things first: Taking the steps to earning that degree

For Margaret Amina, returning to school after 21 years wasn’t easy, but, she said, “I am learning a great deal about myself, others, and my major.” [More]

Photo Illustration by Albert Olsson

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Filipino club starts recycling program

Proud To Be Pinoy, the Filipino club at HPU, partnered with the Office of Student Life to launch the schools first formal recycling program, the Green Campus Project, on March 9. [More]


Filipino club members at kick-off event for the Campus Green Project, HPU’s new recycling program. The program was started to encourage students to care about the environment.

Photo illustration by Elizabeth Askevold

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HPU student develops Seawarriorhosting.com

For the past several months, HPU sophomore Carlos Uretta has been developing seawarriorhosting.com, a Web-hosting site designed especially for HPU students.
Uretta developed the Web site because he saw a “lack of people expressing their ideas on the Web.” With this Web site, Uretta said, students can advertise themselves, their families, their clubs, and their small businesses. [More]

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HPU creates new downtown Mac lab

M.A. COM student Stephanie Meisl has found a technology sanctuary on campus this semester where she can hone her graphic design skills and work on homework. [More]

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Charles Boyer joins HPU Spanish program

Students now have the option to minor in Spanish, and the program is growing. Charles Boyer has just been welcomed to HPU’s full-time staff along with assistant professor of Spanish, Tess Lane. [More]

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CGAS Corner
Center for Graduate and Adult Services

“Being prepared for the upcoming summer and fall terms means checking in with your academic advisor and taking advantage of the resources and tools available to you via Pipeline,” said Norma Kop of HPU’s Center for Graduate and Adult Services. “This includes Web registration, which began Monday, April 2, for all current students.” [More]

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