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Club Roundup

by Kalamalama staff

 

Student clubs kicked off the spring semester with the Jan. 31 Club Carnival (see story, page one) and a Feb. 3 Plaza Club Power Breakfast, for club presidents and advisors, where each club announced activities planned. For more information, or for information on clubs not listed, check out Campus Pipeline or call Student Life, 544-0277.

ASHPU: Your student government is open to all students and needs help with the Great Aloha Run, highway cleanup, and a habitat for humanity. Meets 4 p.m. Wed. The Accounting Club is planning a March 7 event. Alakai JayCees is planning a personal skills training program and speaker training in March.

Akamai Advertising is working hard on the annual National Advertising Campaign. For information or to get involved, call advisor Dr. Joanne Gula, 544-0825 The

Creative Writing Club meets twice a week—to write. Call advisor Dr. Catherine Sustana, 544-1107. The Debate Society is helping out local high schools by coaching debate teams and judging events. Meetings are Fridays at 3:30. Call advisor Dr. John Hart, 544-0825.

The Entrepeneur Club is organizing a small business resource center for Hawai‘i.

Intercultural Teachers Organization, open to anyone considering teaching as a career, is planning a canned food drive and professional development seminars.

Fantasy Gamers plans a March 1 game day at Other Realms Bookstore.

Global Leadership plans a conference on organizational change, date and time TBA.

The Hawaiian Club sponsors hula lessons every Saturday in the basement of the LB building. Coming events includes hikes and cultural outings.

Graduate Student Organization plans a breakfast seminar series and snorkeling at Hanauma Bay.

IABC—the International Association of Business Communicators—is planning Communication Career Day to be held March 12.

Mind-Body Club helps students learn how to relax.

The Press Club has invited Christopher Jones, Jr., the new deputy executive director of the Hawai‘i Civil Rights Commission, to talk about free speech.Call 544-9379.

The Rugby Club: Play has started and people are needed on the sidelines: cheerleaders, boosters, audience.

The Swedish Student Association is planning a barbecue, a party and a whale watching cruise. Toastmasters meets every Wednesday noon to 1 p.m. on the 11th floor of the UB building.

The United Samoan Organization is practicing for Intercultural Day and for a song/dance contest in May.

 
 
 

 

 

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