Getting ‘lei’d’

Freshman economics major Erick Flores and freshman chemistry major Ren Roth serve Hawaiian food to students at the Hawaiian Club’s ‘Get Lei’d’ event. La Verne students enjoyed Hawaiian music, food, and hula dancing at the event Monday in the University Mall. / photo by Conor Holahan
Freshman economics major Erick Flores and freshman chemistry major Ren Roth serve Hawaiian food to students at the Hawaiian Club’s ‘Get Lei’d’ event. La Verne students enjoyed Hawaiian music, food, and hula dancing at the event Monday in the University Mall. / photo by Conor Holahan

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