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Student Life

Dayna Kalakau, Susie Lin, editor

 

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Collage by Susie Lin

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Changing majors common, easy

At least two-thirds of college students will change their majors once or twice, according to HPU Advisor Lisa Ishikuro. [More]


Lisa Ishikuro

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MA COM student to PRSSA national position

First-year HPU graduate student Brandi Boatner was elected vice president of Advocacy for the 2007-2008 Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) National Committee by more than 100 delegates to the PRSSA National Assembly March 24 in Nashville, Tenn. Boatner will assume the leadership role June 1. [More]


Brandi Boatner

Courtesy Brandi Boatner

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$5,000 available for ‘do over’ scholarship

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.– ScholarshipExperts.com has just announced that applications are now being accepted for its newest scholarship program, the Do-Over Scholarship [More]

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COM Fair presents ideas for careers

HPU’s first College of Communications Major Fair was held on Friday, April 13 on Fort Street Mall. The event was designed to educate and inform students about the types of communication majors offered at the University and to introduce new majors that will be offered next school year. [More]

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ASHPU serves students

The Associated Students of Hawai‘i Pacific University, better known as ASHPU, is HPU’s undergraduate student government. ASHPU, like any other student government, is an organization set up to support and represent the student body. [More]

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Press Club volunteers at HPR Challenge 2007

by Makana Shook, staff writer

On April 16 The Press Club at HPU volunteered to work the phones at Hawaii Public Radio and helped raise more than $1,000 toward HPR’s Challenge 2007 spring pledge drive.

Established in 1981, HPR’s biannual pledge drives aid in raising the necessary resources to fund daily operating costs for the statewide public radio network. More than 63 percent of HPR’s annual operating budget comes from the donations of their listeners.


Press Club members took
phone call donations for the
Hawai‘i Public Radio
Challenge 2007.

Photo by Larry LeDoux


“ It was a good chance to help the community and enjoy time with each other,” said Tiffany Garrett, president of The Press Club. According to Garrett, The Press Club participates in HPR’s pledge drive every semester.

Participating students included Tiffany Garrett, Ku‘ulei Funn, Melissa Mejia, Jermel Quillopo, Makana Shook, Rachel Toyer, and advisor Dr. Larry LeDoux.

HPR’s goal for the spring pledge drive was $657,000.

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CGAS Corner
Center for Graduate and Adult Services

College, along with work and family, is the real world. It is full of decisions, juggling, challenges, and opportunities, just like with any aspect of life. When a student experiences difficulty in managing multiple responsibilities, assignments, and other demands in life, and falls short of minimum requirements at school, he or she may be placed on academic probation. [More]

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