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Nearly 575 graduate at Winter Commencement

HPU conferred associate, baccalaureate, and master degrees to nearly 575 students as the University celebrated its 68th commencement ceremony Jan. 9, at the Waikiki Shell. HPU’s Nursing Program conferred bachelor and master degrees to more than 125 students, its largest graduating class ever. [More]


Winter graduation valedictory speakers, l-r: Jaclyn Petrus, First Sgt. Ivan Thompson, and Kellie Peterson.

Photo by Steven Lum

 

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Military Campus Program in top 30 schools

HPU’s military education program has been named one of the top 30 colleges and universities for military service members, according to Military Advanced Education magazine. [More]


Robert Cyboron

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EARTHTALK:
Student clubs build environmental awareness

Dear EarthTalk: We just started an environmental club at our school. What issues and activities do you recommend we get involved with to make the most difference?

- Kurt Perry, Cedar Park, TX [More]


Students in Earth Team's Restoration Program plant native plants at Stretzel Meadow in Martinez, Calif.

EarthTalk photo courtesy Earth Team


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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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The candidates' stands on climate change

The outcome of the 2008 presidential election could very well have a big impact on a wide range of environmental issues, especially climate change. [More]

 


Clockwise from left: Obama, Edwards, Clinton, Kucinich, McCain.

Images courtesy Earthtalk and candidate Web sites

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