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Susie Lin and Eija Rissanen, editor

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Psychology Symposium: Willers shares story of hope, dealing with schizophrenia successfully

“I’m living in the right time of the world.” said Hawaiian musician Craig Willers. “100 years ago I might have been chained to a bed,” Willers explained during his presentation to HPU psychology students at the first 2008 Psychology Symposium on Jan. 28. Willers’ lecture “Shattered Son: A Story of a Surviving Schizophrenia and Hope”[More]


Craig Willers, r., credits the support of his wife Mindy, l., as well as proper medication and the right doctor for helping him deal with his schizophrenia.

Courtesy HPU psychology program

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Clubs share events, plans at semester’s first power breakfast

Student leaders and faculty advisors representing most of HPU’s various clubs and organizations met recently for the first power breakfast of the semester to plan and discuss events for the upcoming semester. [More]


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CGAS corner: Workshops enhance educational experience

Business and I: Prospects in Business Administration
Feb. 26, 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
What’s taught in the area of business administration? What should you know when you choose a business major? How is it related to your future career choices?
[More]

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Students offered scholarships to fundraise for pediatric AIDS

The annual AIDS Walk Africa is sponsored by the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, in order to raise awareness and funds for children and families living with AIDS and HIV around the world. This year the foundation is offering scholarships for walkers between the ages of 18 and 25 who are interested in AIDS Walk Africa, which will take place in Swaziland June 30 to July 5.[More]


Courtesy GraphicMaps.com

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Press Club celebrates with HPR

Members of the Press Club at HPU who volunteered to help at Hawai‘i Public Radio phone drives were among the volunteers honored by the Radio Station at the Waikiki Aquarium Jan. 27. About 150 of the station’s volunteers attended the event. They were treated to a buffet-style meal and provided drinks throughout the evening. Free admission to the aquarium was a part of the evening, and five outstanding volunteers at the station won awards for hours donated or for arranging services such as catering for the phone drive.[More]


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