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HPU’s Master Plan Continues with the Official Sale Announcement of Hawaii Loa Campus

HPU’s Master Plan Continues with the Official Sale Announcement of Hawaii Loa Campus

Yesterday at 3:22 PM HST all members of the HPU community were notified via email that a final plan for the Hawaii Loa campus located in Kaneohe has been sold.…

HPU Undergraduates Representing HPU at the 2015 Pacifichem Congress

HPU Undergraduates Representing HPU at the 2015 Pacifichem Congress

This year, for the first time ever, two undergraduate students from Hawaii Pacific University will be representing HPU’s Computational and Natural Sciences Department at the 2015 Pacifichem Congress being held…

New Menu Items Offered at Hawaii Loa

New Menu Items Offered at Hawaii Loa

Check out some new snacks and beverages now available at the coffee stand on Hawaii Loa Campus – just in time for finals! Beverages English Toffee Latte Coconut Mocha Mint Mocha…

Sustainability at the Hawai‘i Loa Dining Commons

Sustainability at the Hawai‘i Loa Dining Commons

Leaving hometown friends, moving to a new place and going to class are some things that contribute to the stress of being a college student. To reduce anxiety and stress,…

Delay in the case of hit-run death of HPU student

Delay in the case of hit-run death of HPU student

The man who pleaded guilty in the hit-run death of HPU student Mariah Danforth-Moore in 2011 has asked to be sentenced in state Veterans Treatment Court because he says he…

Driver pleads guilty to leaving scene of fatal accident

Driver pleads guilty to leaving scene of fatal accident

The driver who killed 19-year-old HPU student Mariah Danforth-Moore on Nov. 20, 2011, has pleaded guilty in State District Court to leaving the scene of a fatal traffic accident. According to…

Don’t miss Tartuffe at Paul & Vi Loo Theatre, HLC

Don’t miss Tartuffe at Paul & Vi Loo Theatre, HLC

HPU is performing its third Molière play this semester: Tartuffe. This comedy was banned when it was first performed in 1664, but now it’s allegorical and satirical humor thrives. This…

Making the Digital Shift

Making the Digital Shift

The Kalamalama print edition newspaper has been a teaching tool for journalism and communication students since it was established in 1969. Unfortunately, like other programs at HPU, Kalamalama has fallen…

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