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HPU STUDENT HIT BY CAR AND KILLED AT HAWAII LOA CAMPUS

On Sunday evening an HPU student was struck and killed by an automobile on Kamehameha Highway while crossing from the bus stop to the Hawaii Loa campus, an announcement on…

Hawai‘i Pacific University Student Killed in Accident

John Kearns, Ph.D. Vice President, Academic Affairs (KANE‘OHE, Nov. 21, 2011) — Mariah Danforth-Moore, 19, was killed in a hit-and-run pedestrian accident Sunday night on Kamehameha Highway, in Kaneohe.  Danforth-Moore…

Bill Tapia, Young At Heart

At age 103, Uncle Bill “Tappy” Tapia is known as the Duke of Uke; the world’s oldest working musician. Tapia was born in Honolulu, but now lives in San Francisco.…

Making music on the mall

Making music on the mall

Sean Na‘auao, contemporary island  artist and slack key guitarist, shared his music with HPU students, staff and faculty recently  at “Music On the Mall.” You may have recognized Na‘auao’s tunes…

Beyond the pink ribbon: Rett syndrome can devastate girls’ lives

Everybody knows October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and judging by the amount of pink we see, I’m sure we’re all aware of this catastrophic disease. How wonderful it is…

Act as if reality catches up with your dreams

After completing a competitive summer internship in Ghana, HPU graduate student Rob Kinslow has returned with stories and experiences to share. Kinslow, who is studying global leadership and sustainable development…

Stanford leads way to improved online classes

One way to improve your computer software configuration skills is through a virtual learning environment. New education technology in computer science keeps improving and moving faster than we can keep…

Chinatown marketplace offers cuising from around the world

Fort Street Mall offers students a wide selection of cuisine, but for a true dining experience of epic, “Andrew Zimmerman Bizarre Foods” proportion, students need not stray far from campus.…