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Student Life

Susie Lin and Eija Rissanen, editor

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A one-day Maui getaway for less than $200

Taking a vacation doesn’t have to mean months of planning and a ton of money. If you ever feel like being spontaneous and just taking a trip on a whim, exploring the island of Maui for a day might be an option. This is how some friends and I did it. [More]

Scenic views from the top of Haleakala

A Haleakala sunset.

 

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The Iao Needle


Iao Valley cultural exhibits.

All photos by Rena Fulgencio

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Juggling school, work, life: Resolutions for the new year

As the new year and a new semester begins, Kalamalama asked several HPU students to describe the challenges they faced in 2007 and their resolutions for 2008. [More]


Students take a break for lunch on Fort Street Mall, one way of easing the daily stress of school, work and life.

File Photo

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CGAS corner: Spring into new semester

Being prepared for the upcoming semester means checking in with your academic advisor and taking advantage of the resources and tools available to you via Pipeline, according to the Center for Graduate and Adult Services. This includes Web registration, and up-to-date information that can affect your degree plans. [More]

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Baby steps: Student grows effort to help homeless

Director of Hawai‘i Helping the Hungry Have Hope, manager at the Next Step Shelter in Kaka‘ako, and founder of the “Walk the Talk Shelter the People” charity walk—these, are just a few titles HPU student Siuea “Utu” Langi holds. Langi, 40, was born and raised in Tonga and moved to Hawai‘i 20 years ago. Ten years ago a chance experience changed his life. Driving home at 3 a.m. after working a graveyard shift as a carpenter for M.A. Mortsen, Longi saw a homeless man curled up on a bus stop bench, knees tight to his chest, sleeping. A scene that has become all too familiar on O‘ahu. [More]


Utu Langi withbuses to be used for homeless shelters.

Courtesy Honolulu Advertiser

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HPU VP merges Greek and Hawaiian myth in HTY world premiere of Maui vs. Hercules

Ancient demi-gods from opposite ends of the world meet as goofball modern-day superheroes in HTY’s first play of the new year, the world premiere of Maui vs. Hercules. [More]


HTY company actor Junior Tesoro, who plays Maui, looks frightened as British actor Mary Wells jumps into her role as Britney.

Courtesy HTY

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