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Hohonu: Get published! Be heard!

Hohonu, academic journal of UH Hilo & HawCC is accepting submissions for the Spring 2013 issue until Jan 16, 2013.Submit any non-fiction writing you've done for a course. Visit our website to submit online or for information: hilo.hawaii.edu/academics/hohonu/ or, visit us at Campus Center 213.

Special Restrictions: Must be currently registered UH Hilo or HawCC student to submit work. Students graduating this Fall are still eligible to submit.

For more information, contact: kristaa@hawaii.edu 808-339-1533

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