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Beaches of France boast surf competitions, WWII relics

It came as no shock when one of my good Spanish friends asked me  to go to the southern coast of France one weekend.  He already knew my answer would…

PRSSA conflab rich in opportunity

The Public Relations Student Society of America had its annual conference in the heart of Orlando, Fla., a home base for creativity and networking.  As the president of HPU’s chapter…

New prosecutor outlines his agenda in crime fight

Proactive.  That’s the most appropriate word to describe Honolulu Prosecutor Keith Kaneshiro’s approach to get to the roots of Hawaii’s crime problems. “We are not only prosecuting cases,” Kaneshiro said,…

Outspoken Club at HPU

OUTSpoken, HPU’s LBGTQIA (lesbian, bisexual, gay, transgendered, questioning, intersex, allies) Cooperative, is back and its got BIG things planned for this year. In September we elected four new officials: Ladimir…

HPU “Travels 2 Change” in Kenya

HPU “Travels 2 Change” in Kenya

An HPU professor has devised a different concept about travel, and as part of his vision, students now have the opportunity to travel abroad on more than a sightseeing trip.…

Hawaii waters are inviting but safety is paramount

The tragic drowning of HPU student Brandon Yabes, 22, at Nuuanu Reservoir on Oct. 2 should remind everyone in the HPU community that while Hawaii’s waters are beautiful, they are…

Combat GI ordeal revealed in “Restrepo”

As of Oct. 7, the war in Afghanistan officially became the longest war in U.S. history. It has been 10 years since America invaded the country in the wake of…

Hawaiian activist draws crowd

William Aila, chair of the state Department of Land and Natural Resources, shared his experiences as an advocate for preserving Hawaiian land and culture with more than 100 students and…