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Photo by Joanne Farmer

HPU occasional correspondent Joanne Farmer photographed Barack Obama twice during the President-elect’s Hawai‘i winter vacation, both times at Mid-Pacific Golf Course in Lanikai. Mr. Obama is shown here shaking hands with well-wishers at the 18th green. “His approach shot had landed inches from the green, and the crowd went crazy!” Farmer said. “After he sank the putt,” she continued, “he took time to shake hands with about 50 people watching from the Bluestone wall.”
“ It was a real thrill,” Farmer added, admitting she had waited about 90 minutes for the shot. “I wished him a Hau‘oli Makahiki Hou!”

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HPU undergoes academic renovation this month

Over the next eight months, HPU will embark on major changes to its academic divisions, President Chatt G. Wright announced in December.
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Video III class wins national award

The HPU Advanced Video Production class, Video III, won its first Platinum and Gold International Ava Awards for two films produced in the summer of 2007: Elements and East Wind, Rain.
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International Holiday Bazaar kicks off winter

HPU’s Council of Countries kicked off the holidays with a festive 4th annual International Holiday Bazaar Dec. 5 on Fort Street Mall. This fall preview of spring’s famous Intercultural Day saw students from around the globe participating in events and booth competitions, while dazzling passersby with culturally unique holiday traditions.
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