College of Health and Society (CHS) Supports Breast Cancer Awareness

CHS students, faculty, and staff organized a campus “Wear It Pink Day” on Wednesday, Oct. 16, to support and spread awareness of breast cancer, which according to statistics, will impact one in eight women. The HPU ‘ohana, wearing pink shirts, shorts, skirts, hats, scarves, etc., took part in a walk, starting in front of Waterfront Plaza, as part of the awareness campaign. Pictured from left to right are the CHS administration team, front row: Ann Thompson, Sandey Gorodinsky, Dean Halaevalu Vakalahi, PhD; back row: Associate Dean Jayne Smitten, PhD, Haley Lytle.