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Global Citizenship Symposium: Students, staff share ideas

One of HPU’s objectives is to prepare graduates “to live, work, and learn as active members of a global society.” It fulfilled this objective, in part, by providing an open forum for the discussion of concurring and contradictory ideas during the Second Symposium on Global Citizenship, April 17 at the Hawai‘i Loa campus.


Book Beat: New library staff

Stacy Judy, as of Feb. 1, was promoted from Circulation Services librarian at Meader Library to head of Atherton Library.


Spring award winners

Presented March 15:


Local students receive communication awards *new

The HPU College of Communication awarded three scholarships to local students at the Hawai‘i Publisher’s Association High School Journalism Awards banquet April 29 at the Pagoda Hotel. Teresa Bell of Waialua High School, Jermel-Lynn Quillopa of Moanalua High School, and Krystal Duldulao of James Campbell High School were honored, along with dozens of other journalism students from across the state.


Kalamalama wins two national, top local awards: HPU newspaper ranks in nation’s top college newspapers *new

For the eighth straight year, Kalamalama, the HPU newspaper, received a top national award and a national First Place with Special Merit award that placed it among the top six college newspapers in the nation, overall. And this year it also received the top regional award for Best College Newspaper from the Hawai‘i Publishers Association. This is the first year the category was available.


Aloha from the President

March was a busy month as expected. We had a very successful Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) reaccredidation visit. Congratulations to faculty, staff, students, and administrators for demonstrating Hawai‘i Pacific University’s capacity to ensure student’s learning and that we are planning for our future through collaboration among all HPU stakeholders.


Chaplain's Corner

The semester is almost behind us, the finish line is near! For me, semesters go by faster every year; for you, the long hours spent on research projects and term papers are ending. With successful completion of finals, you will tally another dozen or more credits to your name, a sum that will soon add up to a university degree.



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