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Bernadette Bass, editor

   
   

Seeing options

Remember last time you went to the eye doctor? Your choices were glasses or contact lenses, soft or hard, blue or brown. Today you go to the eye doctor and your choices include all of these and PRK, LASEK, or LASIK, all surgical options. Glasses and contacts correct symptoms; these choices are permanent corrections of the problem underlying the symptoms. The benefit is that not only can you correct your vision problem, but you may never have to deal with contacts or glasses again.

Banking blood safe, easy

More than 200 blood donors are needed in Hawai‘i everyday. Blood is always needed, and the need is increasing and not just because there are more accidents, but also due to advancing technology and improving life-saving medical procedures.

 

Career Fair opens doors

A lanai full of opportunity-seeking students sought advice from potential employers at the Health, Science, and Social Services Career Fair at the Hawai‘i Loa campus on October 15, 2004. Students wandered from table to table accepting brochures and advice from representatives from organizations such as Hawai‘i Health Systems, the U.S. Navy Officer program, the state Department of Education, and more.

   

Father, daughter make an HPU team

Roger Kadala has been an assistant professor of mathematics at HPU since July, 1987. He teaches in the Military Campus Program as well as downtown. His courses includes calculus, statistics, discrete mathematics, physics, astronomy, and quantitative methods.

   
   
   

 

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