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Lighting the night in memory of an HPU student

Kevin Patoc was an HPU undergraduate majoring in marine biology, as well as an HPU International Vocal Ensemble member, when he was diagnosed with leukemia  his junior year in the…

APEC causes heartburn in paradise

Imagine being escorted to your own apartment by law enforcement every day. Having your car checked for security reasons when all you want to do is shop for groceries. Encountering…

Women with attitude are all about leadership

“Growing our future by investing in women” was this year’s theme at the 8th Annual International Women’s Leadership Conference held on Sept. 20.  Approximately 1,000 people, mostly women, attended, including…

HPU professor’s deployment has humanitarian angle

Army Reserve Lt. Col. Gordon Knowles, an associate professor of sociology, traveled to the Philippines April 5 to 15 to participate in a joint U.S.-Philippines humanitarian assistance and military exercise.…

Memorial for Kameron Steinhoff

HPU honored the memory of Kameron Steinhoff before the men’s basketball win over Western New Mexico (72-65) at the Neal Blaisdell Center Nov. 25.  Steinhoff died from brain injuries resulting…

Tragic Accident at Hawaii Loa

Mariah Danforth-Moore, a 19-year-old HPU sophomore, was returning to her dorm after work Nov. 20 when she was killed by a hit-and-run driver at the Castle Intersection near the Hawaii…

MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT BANNISTER: Thanks to HPU community for response to tragedy

Last week was a difficult one for the HPU community. The death of any student saddens all of us, but when it is a student like Mariah Danforth-Moore, and when…

Don’t Miss HPU’s House of Blue Leaves

There’s still time to see the HPU production of House of Blue Leaves. House of Blue Leaves Opened Nov 10 and was a hit with everyone who saw it. The…