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Lifestyles

Krystal Duldulao, Rena Fulgencio, editors

 

Save money at the pump: tips for better gas mileage

Remember when gas was $1.85 a gallon? Believe it or not, it wasn’t that long ago. Over the last few years, gas prices have steadily risen for a variety of reasons. The war in the Middle East, increased demand for oil in the United States and developing countries such as China and India, and storms that have severely damaged oil refineries are all contributing factors to the price increase. [More]


Many hybrid cars, like the Toyota Prius, boast 46 miles to the gallon and emit 70 percent less air pollution.

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Leeward canoe club preserves culture through racing

This summer many HPU students returned home to visit family and friends. Some students took summer classes, and some worked. Others took advantage of O‘ahu’s beautiful beaches and the summer sun. Myrna Resep, an HPU nursing major, went canoe racing with ‘Alapa Hoe Canoe Club. [More]


Paddling has become a very popular sport. People, including many HPU students, come to the islands to train, compete, and participate in paddling as an experience of an important element of Hawai‘i’s culture.

Courtesy Barbara Andrade

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Tenants have rights in Hawai‘i

If you’re thinking about renting in Hawai‘i, or already renting, you should know your rights under the law. Very few renters know their rights as tenants, and very few tenants understand landlord’s rights. [More]

Illustration by Bardia Soleimanzadeh

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A new way to get to HPU--TheBoat

How to entertain children on a Sunday morning? On Sept. 16 a lot of people went to greet Melissa Ann, the City and County of Honolulu’s new alternative to TheBus, TheBoat, connecting Honolulu to Kapolei. [More]


Eager passengers stand in line to board the Melissa Ann, docked at Pier 9 at Aloha Tower Marketplace.

Photo by Angela Sorace

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