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Susie Lin and Eija Rissanen, editor

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Building a bridge to Harvard opens increased possibilities

After attending a few semesters full time in a graduate program, one would think that a well-deserved vacation would follow. Not so for three M.B.A. students. Marc Burde, Audun Hansen, and Igor Tumbas are bound for Cambridge, Mass., as in, Harvard University, for more graduate courses this summer.
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Burde andHansen.

Photo by David Sher

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Hawai‘i author Lois-Ann Yamanaka to speak at HPU

An award-winning Hawai‘i author will bring her insights into writing and her appreciation of literature to Warmer Auditorium April 20, from 12:55 to 1:50 p.m. Sponsored by Sigma Tau Delta, HPU’s English honor society, Lois-Ann Yamanaka will bring her experiences of life in the islands and explore some of the issues of living in Hawai‘i, issues she has dealt with in a book of poetry, five novels, and a screenplay.

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Invisible Children organizes sleep-out at the State Capital

Imagine being 12 years old and alone, sleeping at night in tunnels with no food, light, water, or any comforts of home. Imagine hearing gunshots at night, not knowing if one of them will find you. Imagine being forced into an army to kill others. For thousands of children in Uganda, this is life, not imagination.

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Conference educates about cancer statistics and research

The Cancer Research Center of Hawai‘i (CRCH) hosted a free public information conference on March 21 at the Japanese Cultural Center in the Manoa Grand Ballroom. A variety of organizations, career specialists, and cancer researchers gave presentations that explored cancer-related issues. Health- and cancer-related exhibits were displayed.
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