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HPU clubs get organized

by Kalamalama staff

 

On the first Tuesday after Club Carnival, the presidents and advisors of HPU’s Registered Inedpendent Organizations gathered for a power breakfast at the Plaza Club. Hosted by the Office of Student Life, it was an opportunity for each club to invite people to join, announce plans for the semester, and specify meeting times.

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Not all the clubs were represented, and not all of those represented had specific events to announce, and these reporters couldn’t write fast enough to get everything, or decipher all of what they did get, but here’s a quick review of some of the things some clubs are doing this semester. (If you or your club is left out, e-mail kalamalama@hpu.edu and we’ll get you in the next issue.)

 

Akamai Advertising: Meets every other Wednesday 3 p.m. in Campus Crossroads (FS).

 

Fantasy Gamers: Negotiating with the Honolulu International Film Festival to present an animated version of “Return of the King.”

 
French Club: Plans include a film festival.
 
IABC, the International Association of business Communicators, meets Tuesdays in Campus Crossroads.
 
The International Teaching Club is open to anyone interested in teaching.
 
The Press Club meets every other Monday 2-3 p.m. in BH 310. Plans public service with KHPR fund drive.
 
The Reason Club meets regularly to discuss current issues.
 
Rotaract meets 4-5 p.m. Fridays in the Office of Academic Affairs conference room, fourth floor, MP building. Plans field trips to Shriners’ Hospital, taro planting, and the State Art Museum.
 
SIFE, Students in Free Enterprize, meets Tuesdays 4-5 in Campus Cross Roads.
 
United Samoan Organization will again represent HPU at the Polynesian Cultural Center spring song and dance festival.
 
Christian Fellowship: Meets Thursdays 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. in MP 326 for study, prayer and fellowship.
 
Circle K: A new community service organization focused on working with children and sponsored by the Kiwani’s Club. Participated in the recent Beach Cleanup. Meets Mondays from 3-4 p.m. in Campus Crossroads.
 
Hiking Aloha Aina: plans regular hikes. Access schedule through the link on the HPU Web page.
 
German Student Association: Putting together the second annual Ultimate Soccer Cup competition, planned for Oct. 4, 8:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. at the Hawai‘I Loa campus. Everyone—students, faculty, staff, men, women—invited to put together a seven-on-seven team. Sign up on-line at http://hpu.metalodge.net/soccer.
 
PreMed Student Organization plans community service activities.
 
Rugby Club: organizing a team to play in nationals. Practices MWF 4 - 6 p.m. at Kakaako Park.
 
Swedish Student Association is already planning its famous, fabulous Christmas party.
 
TIMSO, the Travel Industry Management Student Organizations, plans site visits to local hotels and restaurants and social events.
 
ASHPU, the Associated Students Hawai‘i Pacific University, is open to HPU student only. Meets Wednesdays at 4 p.m. in Campus Crossroads.

 

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