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Intercultural Day introduces new countries, students to campus

Photo by Eddie London

(L to R) Joe Mikaele, Saleh Azizi, Fish Tuimalealiifano, Finesi Taimasa, Rapture Pagaialii, and Billy Kittredge. The United Samoan Organization took first place in the performance competition.

The HPU community had the opportunity to visit more than 20 different countries without leaving Fort Street Mall on April 20. HPU’s 23rd annual Intercultural Day was celebrated with booths displaying different cultural highlights and traditions from each of the different countries that participated. Students shared food, games, dances, and costumes from all over the world, promoted pride for their countries, and sponsored local charities. [More]

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Sustainability at HPU

HPU embraced sustainability during this year’s International Week with on-the-mall student exhibits on sustainability, followed by a sustainability workshop at the rRed Elephant Café with a national expert, and concluded with a student exploration of sustainability in a Hawai‘i Loa symposium. [More]


The Students for Essential Equality Club takes first place in the sustainability booth contest on Fort Street Mall.

Photo by Eddie London

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Honor societies induct
new members at brunch

The DeRussy Ballroom at the Hale Koa Hotel once again hosted the bi-annual HPU Honors Brunch on April 22. The brunch serves as the induction ceremony for HPU’s 16 Honor Societies, and the ballroom was filled with new members and their families and friends. [More]

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