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Student Life

Susie Lin and Eija Rissanen, editor

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COM major places in annual Narcissus Festival

HPU classes were startled by firecrackers and drums last month, as Chinatown celebrated Chinese New Year. In this culturally diverse island, tastes of China are everywhere, and one of the perks of HPU’s downtown campus is its proximity to the island’s largest Chinese community. In fact, one of HPU’s own, junior communication major Dan Yuan, 22, from Hebei Province, China, placed third in the 60th annual Narcissus Festival Pageant, making her the new Narcissus Second Princess. [More]


Narcissus Princess in Chinatown as part of New Year's celebration

Photo Alan Wong

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Skydiving: HPU students take the jump

Think you are an extreme daredevil? Have you ever been skydiving? If you haven’t, you don’t know what you’re missing. Skydiving is the perfect hobby for a thrill seeker, and there are few better places to skydive than above the stunning North Shore of O‘ahu. Although O‘ahu boasts many skydiving facilities, Skydive Hawai‘i is the most popular among HPU students.
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Hannah Beach snaps a photo on the way down

Photo Hannah Beach

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Community, students gather for Spring Health and Wellness Expo

More that 20 community agencies set up on Fort Street Mall Feb. 4 for the HPU Spring 2009 Health and Wellness Expo.
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HPU nursing students support HLC blood drive

HPU nursing students recently supported the windward Hawai‘i Loa campus Blood Drive. The students generated enough pints of blood for the Blood Bank of Hawai‘i to save as many as 126 lives.
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