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Susie Lin and Eija Rissanen, editor

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Homeless youth in need of help, not hassles

Troubled teens may initially find the streets to be exciting, free from bad circumstances or stringent rules at home. They soon learn that the streets have their own rules.
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Alika Campbell is one of the volunteers at the Waikiki Youth Outreach Program, YO!.

Photo by David Sher

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Nu‘uanu historical sites open for Candlelit Tour

HPU is practically part of a historic corridor that extends from the Pali Lookout through Chinatown, ending at Pearl Harbor. The area includes numerous natural and cultural heritage sites and was established by the state legislature in 2007. That may be why state Representative Corinne Ching hosts an annual Candlelit Tour each spring, of the Nu‘uanu-Liliha area.
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The Toastmaster Challenge: Are you ready for a change?

Imagine a room full of total strangers. Suddenly someone points at you, asking you to speak. You are scared. You don’t know what to say. You might not even speak English as your first language. You are afraid you will stumble, stutter, and be at a loss for words.

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Career Fair: How to get a job in a challenging economy

The HPU Career Services Center Business and Technology Career Fair brought students and alumni together with business and technology professionals representing about 30 companies and government agencies. The Feb. 27 event, held in the lobby of the 1132 Bishop building on the downtown campus, was all about sharing career and employment information.
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MBA Club members: l. to r.: Joseph Kourieh, Nessim Djerboua, and Stefan Geissel.

Courtesy Loryn Guiffré

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