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HPU’s fall Club Carnival has something for everyone

Photo by Susie Lin

Swedish students promote the largest student organization at HPU, the Swedish Student Association.

Fort Street Mall was lined with students at colorful booths as clubs vied for the attention of students at HPU’s Club Carnival. Nearly every booth had something to catch people’s attention: balloons, flags, candy, pictures of past events, native costumes, posters, or games for students to play. The Japanese Association’s game of “fishing” included catching a “fish”(an envelope) filled with candy and a phone card. [More]

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Former congressman speaks at HPU

“A reputation is easy to create, but hard to change, so decide what kind of reputation you want.” This was the advice of Ed Case, 54, former Hawai‘i congressman and 2006 candidate for senator, who spoke before an intimate group of 15 students Sept. 20. [More]


Dr. John Hart, left, and Ed
Case, right. Case is now
teaching at HPU.

Courtesy Dr. Hart

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Getting it straight

The three valedictory speakers at the spring commencement ceremonies were incorrectly identified.
Rachel Brown (B.A. in English), a native of Ocean View on the Big Island and a graduate of Konawaena High School, represented the on-campus baccalaureate degree programs.

Steven Carruthers (M.A. in teaching English as a second language), who grew up in St. Albans, Vermont, represented graduate degree programs.

Chief Machinist Mate Jason Puckett (B.S. in business administration-management), a native of Hilliard, Ohio, represented the military campus programs.

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