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Every semester, Chaminade holds career fairs for students to receive first hand knowledge and experience about the transformation that they will have to make from college into the real world.
The ending of another semester passes with a nearly audible sigh of relief as students head home for the holidays and look forward to enduring a slightly longer semester consisting of fewer holidays, when they return in January. President Bernard Ploeger looks forward for the coming spring semester with a focused sense of what to do next and why.
With Thanksgiving over, Christmas is on its way. On the Chaminade campus many students prepare for the upcoming holiday along with the university itself.
In efforts to reduce Chaminade’s carbon footprint, Dan Gilmore, vice president of finance and facilities, went into negotiations with the city to receive free bus passes for students and staff.
A recent death in Long Island, New York that resulted in the death of a young man was one of the worse cases ever of cyber bullying.
As the fall semester comes to an end, many new first year students shed light on their experience at Chaminade University of Honolulu.
Nov. 22 to 24 was a very exciting time for Chaminade University Silverswords men’s basketball team, hosted the 27th Annual EA SPORTS Maui Invitational.
After the homework has been piled and the determination of who your real friends are has begun to set in, the realization hits that the first semester of the college year is coming to an end. That can only mean one thing, the holidays are about to start snowing in!
Chaminade celebrated the holiday season by lighting the university lights at Clarence T.C. Ching Hall November 29. Chaminade students began the evening with the Las Posadas Procession and ended the evening with the lighting of Ching Hall.
Chaminade University lost one of its great professors Nov. 9 with the passing of Dr. James W. Miller.
I am sure some of you may have heard or noticed our former Office of Student Activities Amy Lloyd has left of Chaminade; however, we have been given a great that is up to the challenge.
With finals here, it’s common for students to want to study until their head explodes. Students all have various ways to study, tips on how to study, and of course, places to study. There are a handful of vicinities that are available for students to get their progressive study time in, all within a 10 minute bus ride (depending on stops).
A lot of students have never considered studying overseas while at Chaminade University. Studying overseas gives students the opportunity to go to school and experience other cultures and gain a better understanding of ones individualit
Have you ever felt like you keep getting on your professor’s nerves? Do you feel like you always seem to make a bad impression that lands you in the gutter for the entire semester? Well I’m here to help you out of the gutter and prepare you for class.