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Student Life

Susie Lin, editor

 

Halloween Hoopla brings HPU community together

Want to get your Halloween spirit up before Halloween hits? Then come out and join the festivities at HPU’s annual Halloween Hoopla. [More]


Jeff Lewendowski, right, and other HPU parents and their children, enjoyed Halloween Hoopla 2005, along with other students, faculty, staff, and kids. There’s fun for everyone this year, too.

File Photo

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CGAS corner
Graduate & Adult Services
wih Norma Kop

Want to increase your success as a student at HPU? Here are a few suggestions from fellow students and graduates who have been through the process. [More]

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Amnesty International Club donates 500+ books to libraries in Tonga

HPU Amnesty International Club’s former President Veronica Andersson had an idea: collect textbooks and donate them to a school in South Africa. The club put the idea into action, collecting textbooks from HPU’s College of Communication and the College of Liberal Arts. [More]


Amnesty International club vice president Joshua King, left, and Tonga’s Regional Director of Tourism Joseph Mataele.

Photo by Jennifer Ching

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HPU Clubs plan activities:
Get involved-get active

“Who’s going to wow us this year?” asked Lisa Doyle, assistant director of Student Life at the HPU club power breakfast last month at the Pioneer Plaza. [More]

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Cheating can ruin more than your good name

The florescent lights flicker creating a pulse of illumination and shadow over your midterm. In a classroom crowded with students, you feel yourself isolated and begin to sense your mind drain after every answer. The professor mutters, “Five minutes left.” Your stomach clenches as you look down and see that your test is only half done. What to do? Will you cheat? [More]

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