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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 CEO of the…

Free Helmets in Honor of Kam

Free Helmets in Honor of Kam

In collaboration with ThinkFirst Hawaii and the Trauma Center at Queen’s Ken’s Helmets Night, HPU will honor the memory of Kameron Steinhoff, an HPU basketball player who suffered a fatal head injury skateboarding accident…

Bravo, Miguel Galvez

Bravo, Miguel Galvez

“I’m very, very competitive,” says HPU Diplomacy and Military Studies major Miguel Galvez Bravo. “I’m sure anybody can vouch for that.” The former Cal State Northridge track and field athlete…

Haiyan ravages the Philippines, HPU students offer help

Haiyan ravages the Philippines, HPU students offer help

Superstorm Haiyan made a landfall in the Central Philippine region of Visayas on Thursday and Friday, November 7-8, only three weeks after the devastating Bohol Earthquake shook the same area.…

Passions ran high at 2nd Science-Pub event

Passions ran high at 2nd Science-Pub event

Assistant Professor of Anthropology Ayesha Nibbe was the speaker at the second Science-Pub Hawaii event.  Minutes before Nibbe began her talk on Cuba’s healthcare and sports policy at Gordon Biersch,…

Tues Oct 22: Bitch out loud at HPU’s Town Hall Meeting

Tues Oct 22: Bitch out loud at HPU’s Town Hall Meeting

Noon, Tuesday, Oct. 22, Hawaii Loa Campus. Be there. Why? Let me ask you: Do you want to be that guy, commenting online at student review sites? “There is no…

Star Advertiser on HPU’s new Aloha Tower plan

Star Advertiser on HPU’s new Aloha Tower plan

The Honolulu Star Advertiser published a front –page article Oct. 9 about HPU’s newest plan for development of Aloha Tower Marketplace. The article, written by Andrew Gomes, considers HPU’s latest…

New Military Center at HPU for Students, Vets

New Military Center at HPU for Students, Vets

On Friday Sept. 27, HPU opened a renovated and expanded Military/Veterans Support Center on the ninth floor of the UB building. The new location includes a dedicated lounge for military students where…

12 things that work well at HPU (and 12 that don’t)

12 things that work well at HPU (and 12 that don’t)

Members of the Hawaii Pacific University community were invited in early September to share their thoughts on what works and what doesn’t at the school. The two town hall meetings,…

HuffPost Hawaii marks latest frontier in isle media

HuffPost Hawaii marks latest frontier in isle media

The Huffington Post joined the local media landscape Sept. 4 with the launch of HuffPost Hawaii, a collaboration with the all-online news service Honolulu Civil Beat. HuffPost Hawaii, which joins…

Don’t miss your chance to be heard at HPU’s Town Hall Meeting

Don’t miss your chance to be heard at HPU’s Town Hall Meeting

HPU had its first of two Master Planning Town Hall Meetings where students had the opportunity to provide their input and vision for the school’s direction. In reality, the Sea Warrior…

Get to know provost Dr. Matthew Liao-Troth

Get to know provost Dr. Matthew Liao-Troth

Kalamalama is trying to create a portrait of  provost Dr. Matthew Liao-Troth for our readers, and gain perspective on the direction the school is going.…

HPU outsources bookstore to Barnes & Noble

HPU outsources bookstore to Barnes & Noble

In addition to having a new location, the HPU bookstore will have the support of the largest book retailer in the U.S. this coming Fall 2013. Barnes & Noble College…

15th Annual Lantern Floating brings community together

15th Annual Lantern Floating brings community together

At sunset on Memorial Day, the 15th Annual Lantern Floating brought thousands of people together. More than 5,000 lanterns bearing personal and collective names, as well as prayers, flickered under…

Private helicopter crashes near HPU downtown shuttle stop

Private helicopter crashes near HPU downtown shuttle stop

A private helicopter crashed onto a parked car near the HPU Shuttle stop on the crossing of Fort St. and Beretania.…

New Student Body President Miina Huotari asks students to ‘Get Involved’

New Student Body President Miina Huotari asks students to ‘Get Involved’

Starting May 13, international studies major Miina Huotari, 24, will be a representative of the interests of HPU students. Huotari swept the recent Student Body President elections with 437 votes,…

Get your instruments tuned for the Ko‘olaus Bluegrass Festival

Get your instruments tuned for the Ko‘olaus Bluegrass Festival

“We can’t hear the mandolin on your back,” said a loud voice after the end of the song I had come in the middle of. I pulled up a chair…

SGA Spring 2013 Elections: Huotari vs. Perez

SGA Spring 2013 Elections: Huotari vs. Perez

Photos courtesy of Miina Huotari & Tony Perez/Goseawarriors.com The Student Government Association will hold its next elections online via Pipeline during the week of March 11. In this issue, Kalamalama…

HPU students pioneer fashion technology

HPU students pioneer fashion technology

Embedding images into leather in a durable and aesthetically pleasing way has been craftsmen’s goal for centuries. Recently the challenging task was taken by fashion designers specializing in high end…

Psych Club organize Christmas charity

Psych Club organize Christmas charity

The Psychology community at HPU is involved in local service projects. Photo by: Brian Metcalf This Christmas the Psychology Club at HPU hopes to initiate a tradition by organizing a…

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