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Project coastal clean-up: Slipper Island gets a facelift

Project coastal clean-up: Slipper Island gets a facelift

The beach on Slipper Island was littered with debris but thanks to volunteers at the 27th annual International Coastal Clean-Up the shore is once again clean. Photo by: Kiana Spengler…

HPU Scientists Head Research on Rare Whale Species

HPU Scientists Head Research on Rare Whale Species

HPU scientists head research on rare whale species found to be carrying the fatal morbillivirus.    Photo by: NOAA permit #932-1905 HPU faculty members Dr. Kristi West and Dr. Brenda…

Help Mother Earth by signing up for GreenRide

Help Mother Earth by signing up for GreenRide

Photo: Google Image In an effort to reduce carbon emissions that affect Hawaii’s beautiful environment, HPU has launched a new commuter system called HPU GreenRide.  GreenRide is a great way…

Multimedia class documents bird sanctuary with GigaPans

Multimedia class documents bird sanctuary with GigaPans

 A pair of nocturnal Shearwaters hide in their nest. Photo: Kara Jernigan Students from Dr. Pete Britos’ Writing for New Media class (MULT 3360) went to the Kaena Point Bird…

Hawaiian monk seals need your help

Hawaiian monk seals need your help

Every year millions of tourists flock to the beaches of Hawaii to experience its beauty. In the oceans of Hawaii there is a mammal locals like to call, “lio holo…

A closer look at bottled water

More and more college students have been joining anti-bottled water groups in an attempt reduce packaging waste by stopping the sale of bottled water on college campuses. However, International Bottled…

Social movement to aid dolphins keeps growing

In 2009, when the movie “The Cove” was released, our attention was drawn to the dolphin killed in a small Japanese town. The message of the movie spread like wild…

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