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Sea Warrior Center adds sofas, savories

by Kalamalama staff

Comfortable sofas, a pool table, and a variety of tasty new menu items and dining specials are all part of the upgraded Sea Warrior Center, just past the elevator in the lobby of the Blaisdell Hotel.

Several new dining options are available for HPU students, with meal plans that range from 10 meals per week to 20 meals per week and include extras such as locker rental and copying privileges.

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“The meal plans provide an inexpensive way for students to manage their food budget,” said Nancy Ellis, vice president for Student Support Services. Ellis added that “the meal vouchers can be used both at the Sea Warrior Center downtown and at the Outrigger Islander Food Court, at 270 Lewers St., in Waikiki.”

The upgraded Sea Warrior Center is also offering a new “Frequent Diner” card that when filled up, after $25 in food purchases, entitles the student to a free entrée or specialty coffee.

Wondering what’s on the menu? The daily specials for the whole fall semester have been planned, and they can be viewed at

“ Want a chance to see what suits your taste buds?" Center Manager Lisa Maynard says, “Drop by the Sea Warrior Center from August 30 to Sept. 10 and try the ‘Back to School Promotions’: tasty samples of the menu items.

A new pool table was delivered over the summer, and a variety of table games were added. “Also back by popular demand are sofas and comfortable chairs for relaxing,” said Maynard.

For those who want to study, a quiet space has been designated, and computers, free to HPU students, are available. The Center’s conference room can be reserved by student organizations and specialized catering is available. For more information on any of these items or programs, call 521-0062.



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