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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.

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EARTHTALK:
Old phonebooks 100% recyclable

Dear EarthTalk: My local recycler won’t take my old phonebooks. What should I do with them?

— Jake, Westport, Ct. [More]


Recycling phonebooks for a year would save 650,000 tons of paper and free about two million cubic yards of landfill space.

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Anti-Smoking paternalism: A cancer on American liberty

Across the country, state and local governments are banning smoking on private property, including bars, restaurants, and office buildings. This is just the latest step in the government’s war on smoking—a coercive campaign that includes massive taxes on cigarettes, advertising bans, and endless multi-billion dollar lawsuits against tobacco companies. This war is infecting America with a political disease far worse than any health risk caused by smoking; it is destroying our freedom to make our own judgments and choices. [More]

Illustration by Chuck Cordill

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Men’s soccer team vying for first place in PacWest

To play four games in five days is difficult, but to play those games on the road is even harder. The HPU men’s soccer team faced this daunting challenge when they took on two conference teams and two non-conference teams on the mainland. [More]

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Save on fresh produce at Chinatown Markets

Only blocks away from HPU’s campus is Honolulu’s Chinatown, full of authentic Thai, Vietnamese, Japanese, Korean, Filipino, and Chinese restaurants, lei shops, as well as open meat, produce, and seafood markets. People are known to flock to the popular downtown bars in the evenings, but daytime is also a whirlwind of activity in the food markets. [More]


Shop owner Elizabeth Deleon (Left) calculates the cost of fresh produce for the customers..

Photo by Susie Lin

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