Emily Harrison: International English Honor Society

I do believe in the old saying, “actions speak louder than words.”

Of course they do. But what most fail to realize, is that words leave a bigger impact. Words, are a foundation of which a society is built. Words transform the world into something worthwhile.

Sigma Tau Delta has made it their mission to further interest and further education in both literature and the English language.

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Emily Harrison: Wanderlust Launch Party

Wanderlust is both a class and a literary magazine published by HPU. And on Thursday March 21st, they had a launch party for this year’s issue!
Many pieces brought emotion to me, there’s so many I can’t list them all, but you should definitely check them out.
If you like creating pieces or want to strengthen your ability to do so, you should check this class out.

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Emily Harrison: HPU Libraries Host Escape Room Event

Escape rooms have been buzzing in the past decade. They have increased tremendously in popularity (especially with young adults) over the years.

And most people will want a review on the escape room HPU just held. And they’ll get one.

But first: upon hearing from the staff and participants, the library staff at Hawaii Pacific University needs to be thanked for all of the effort they put into the events for the students at HPU.

So, thank you to the Library Faculty members at HPU.

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Emily Harrison: Hi, It’s Me!

I’ve always had a passion for writing, and I want one day to possibly work part time editing/publishing. The editing and publishing minor is a minor I have never heard of, but it has actually given me a lot of experience I wasn’t aware I needed. One day I do hope to publish books of my own, and if I could not only write, but aid in the editing and publishing of it, it would be a dream come true. I think it’s very important for students/ people to have some writing in their life. Writing is a way to express yourself, and it also unleashes potential and passion some of us aren’t even aware we have.

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