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HPU production keeps Cherry Orchard sweet, tart

Anton Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard is a split personality of a play. [More]


Time is running out for these aristocrats, as the deadline approaches for their forfeiture of the family’s hereditary cherry orchard. From left, Larry Bialock as Pischik, Kyle Goff as Yasha, Eden-Lee Murray as Liubov, and Melinda Maltby as Varya.

Courtesy Karen Archibald

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Lightly spiced and seasoned Samoa, a taste of the South Pacific

Talofa! Take your taste buds to the South Pacific. Located east of the international dateline just under the equator, the Samoa archipelago is roughly halfway between Hawai‘i and New Zealand. It consists of two volcanic islands, Upolu and Savai‘i, and several small islets. [More]

Photo Illustration by Doug Ing’s digital imaging class

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Alums advise on roads to success

On March 14, HPU Career Services Center Director Lianne Maeda hosted another Winding Road to Success meeting. The room filled with laughter and fun, as two successful HPU graduates, Karina Umehara, originally from San Francisco, Calif., and Jarnett Lono, from Hawai‘i, shared the secrets of their success and the “winding road” they took to get there. [More]

Graphic illustration by Chizuko Kobayashi

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HPU golf takes two second places, one first

HPU men’s golf team earned a second place finish, 309-319, only 10 strokes behind first-place Brigham Young University-Hawai‘i at the Tri-Match held at the Turtle Bay Golf Course in Laie March 21. Chaminade University placed third, shooting 352. [More]

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Sustainability puts ‘student’ back in Student Symposium

The week of April 14 to 21, HPU will celebrate International Week 2007. This year’s Global Citizenship Symposium activities will expand to include, in addition to Friday’s Intercultural Day and Saturday’s presentations and workshops, a focus on sustainability that will comprise on-the-mall student exhibits Monday, a sustainability workshop with a national expert Wednesday, and a student exploration of campus sustainability on Saturday at the Hawai‘i Loa campus. [More]

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