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By Baxter Cepeda, photo editor

The International Studies Student Organization won first prize for best booth because of its international decoration, said Sharon Manibog of Student Life.

This event felt different from past Club Carnivals, Manibog added: “It seemed a lot more close knit.”


Stay still! Senior Catherine Houmand, an international business major, puts the finishing touches on fellow Dane senior Mickey Kromann, who is in the TIM program at HPU. Danish Dynamite used face painting to attract new members to the club during the Feb. 3 Club Carnival.

The HPU cheerleaders perform during the Club Carnival Feb. 3 at Forst Street Mall.

(Left to Right) Senior Daniel Peters, alumni Adrian Low, and Fantasy Gamers president Russell Smyth attract new members to the club.

Marketing junior Serna Choi, right, is greeted by Alakai member Joua Moua, a junior in corporate communication during the Feb. 3 Club Carnival, held on Fort Street Mall. Junior finance and marketing major Michael Li (center) and Yichi Xu, a sophomore in computer information systems at HPU, helped Moua attract new members to the club.


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