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Huerta Drafted by Harlem Globetrotters

Huerta Drafted by Harlem Globetrotters

Hawaii Pacific Women’s Basketball standout Kylie Huerta is done with her NCAA eligibility but her professional basketball career may be just starting. On Tuesday, the Harlem Globetrotters announced its 2015 draft…

Comstock, Garcia Named Athletes of Year

Comstock, Garcia Named Athletes of Year

The Hawai’i Pacific Athletics Department recently held its annual end of the year banquet at Ko’olau Ballrooms where HPU’s student-athletes and coaches convened to celebrate the 2014-2015 school…

A Quick Inquiry About U.S.-Cuba Relations

A Quick Inquiry About U.S.-Cuba Relations

Kalamalama Staff writer Essi Korhonen wanted to find-out what HPU students thought about the recent foreign policy change in our nation’s stance towards Cuba. Specifically, we wanted to…

The Spirit of Aloha in “Aloha”

The Spirit of Aloha in “Aloha”

Whenever I browse through the list of upcoming films on the Internet Movie Database, I…

Welcome to Me

Welcome to Me

What would you do with $86 million? It can be fun to fantasize what one…

Unfriended: Unintentional Comedy

Unfriended: Unintentional Comedy

Sometimes we’re faced with difficult decisions. I found myself facing a difficult decision between whether…

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Sport

Women’s Golf Finishes Sixth at PacWest Championship

Women’s Golf Finishes Sixth at PacWest Championship

The Hawai’i Pacific Women’s Golf Team ended their season at the Pacific West Conference Championship hosted by Dixie State. HPU came in sixth place with rounds of 332,…

Opinion

The Oscars: Why I Love It and Hate It

The Oscars: Why I Love It and Hate It

Every year, I look forward to one television event which is big (not as big as the Super Bowl) but more…

HPU Psychology Symposium

HPU Psychology Symposium

The HPU Psychology Department held their second fall 2014 psychology symposium on Wednesday, October 29, 2014. The guest speaker for the event was Dr. Tanya D’Avanzo, a…

Say No to Shows

Say No to Shows

Last month SeaWorld marine animal park celebrated 50 years of business. The establishment, known primarily for its orca (killer whale) shows, was the first to bring a killer…

Taking care of Mother Earth

Taking care of Mother Earth

On April 22, 1970 Senator Gaylord Nelson founded Earth Day in hopes to educate the public and raise awareness about global environmental issues. It was in the…

Why we need an honest debate… and why the Ham-on-Nye conversation was a step in the right direction

Why we need an honest debate… and why the Ham-on-Nye conversation was a step in the right direction

Recently my good friend Mark Brians wrote an article in comment of the recent debate between educator and former TV host Bill Nye “the Science Guy” and…

St. Patrick’s Day Moments

St. Patrick’s Day Moments

Tuesday was all about being green and celebrating the Irish tradition of St. Patrick’s Day. Our photographer Jackson Groves went out and snapped a few Kodak moments…

A Guide to Prepare for Hot Yoga

A Guide to Prepare for Hot Yoga

HPU student Mina Lolland is a fan of hot yoga. In this article she offers advice for those interested in the growing fitness method. As beneficial as…

Spring Break on a Budget

Spring Break on a Budget

Spring Break is finally upon us and for those who are not traveling inter island or going home to visit loved ones, we have compiled a short…

Surf Report: 2/27 – 2/28

Surf Report: 2/27 – 2/28

Friday: North Shore: Small Northwest med-period swell steady plus Northwest windswell on the rise with scattered showers. The rain could be heavy at times. Widespread haze. Partly sunny,…

My Four Families in South Africa

My Four Families in South Africa

When I left Sweden to go to South Africa I couldn’t decide if I was more nervous than excited, or the other way around. I was excited…

Red Aloha Shirt

Red Aloha Shirt

I felt like I was on a stealth mission except that I was wearing my gaudy red aloha shirt on the serene campus grounds of one of…

Spring in South Korea

Spring in South Korea

In spring 2014, I traveled halfway around the world for the first time and landed into a new country, South Korea. The host university that I attended…

Uganda: My Second Home

Uganda: My Second Home

Studying abroad in Uganda was the best decision I have made. But it was not an easy decision. Before actually getting on the plane, I was thinking…

Ancient Hawaii Expressed in Art

Ancient Hawaii Expressed in Art

On April 2, 2015 the Honolulu Museum of Art School had a gallery opening of Ancient Hawaii-inspired art. The collection was an eclectic diversity of art forms,…

Tyler McMahon’s Latest Novel “Kilometer 99” Drips with Adrenaline

Tyler McMahon’s Latest Novel “Kilometer 99” Drips with Adrenaline

Tyler McMahon’s second novel “Kilometer 99” will mercilessly wrench your heart out. Following the same heart-racing pace as McMahon’s first novel, “How the Mistakes Were Made”, “Kilometer…

Honolulu Exposed: The Walking Tour

Honolulu Exposed: The Walking Tour

Today, Chinatown is home to bars, trendy restaurants and fancy boutiques. It is known as the arts district and it attracts all walks of life. Many young…

Surf Report: 3/23 – 3/27

Surf Report: 3/23 – 3/27

This week’s surf report for both the north and south shore on Oahu. NORTH SHORE Monday March 23: Scattered showers, mainly before noon. Mostly sunny, with a…

Baseball Sends Seniors Out with Sweep

Baseball Sends Seniors Out with Sweep

The Hawai’i Pacific Baseball Team (27-20, 17-15) sent the senior class out with a sweep. HPU completed the four-game series sweep of Academy of Art (7-35, 4-24)…

Three-Peat: Men’s Tennis Rolls in PacWest Final

Three-Peat: Men’s Tennis Rolls in PacWest Final

The Hawai’i Pacific Men’s Tennis Team  won the PacWest Championship for the third consecutive year, or every year that the league has sponsored the sport. The top…

HPU Team Stands as Victors After Local NSAC

HPU Team Stands as Victors After Local NSAC

HPU’s NSAC team delivered the winning presentation during District 13’s turn in the National Student Advertising Competition on Saturday. Once again HPU and it’s AD/PR students pride…

A Cultural Look at HPU

A Cultural Look at HPU

As most of you have already experienced, HPU has a very diverse student population. I have heard many comments on how the Norwegians or Scandinavians occupy Fort…

Sustainability at the Hawai‘i Loa Dining Commons

Sustainability at the Hawai‘i Loa Dining Commons

Leaving hometown friends, moving to a new place and going to class are some things that contribute to the stress of being a college student. To reduce…

Delay in the case of hit-run death of HPU student

Delay in the case of hit-run death of HPU student

The man who pleaded guilty in the hit-run death of HPU student Mariah Danforth-Moore in 2011 has asked to be sentenced in state Veterans Treatment Court because…

Why I Didn’t Vote this Year

Why I Didn’t Vote this Year

The midterm election is over, and I’m glad.  Now they can take that mess of unsightly signs and banners off the fence on the corner of my…

Cloudier Skies: A Short Opinion

Cloudier Skies: A Short Opinion

“I no longer love blue skies.” The dubbed-American voice-over translates the testimony of the Pakistani boy (Zubair, pictured above) as he spoke before Congress last year. “In…