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Brittany Matsushita, editors

 

HPU student races for a cure to leukemia and lymphoma

One HPU student, Bradley Krack (pronounced crock), of Fremont, Calif. didn’t need HPU’s Club Carnival to organize his extracurricular activities. [More]


Brad Krack

Courtesy Barbara Andrade

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Sleepover for a cause:
The April 27-28 event honors the people of Northern Uganda as part Invisible Children, Inc.’s nationwide campaign “Displace Me”

Every day, we face the same commute from home to town for school or work. It’s an ordinary part of our day that always ends when we finally return home. [More]

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Walkers needed to fight AIDS

Starbucks has returned for its fourth year as the title sponsor for the 2007 AIDS Walk for Life, an easy 5k around Kapi‘olani Park on April 22. Race registration starts at 8 a.m., and the walk starts at 9 a.m., followed by entertainment, a health fair, and free coffee. From Starbucks, of course. [More]

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