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.
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Sometimes it can be hard getting back in the swing of things, but clubs on campus make it easy for students to feel involved in campus activities.
With more than 30 members and five executive board members, Kanaka Hui Ohana is open to all who share an interest in Hawaii and its culture, enjoy eating and like to have a good time.
The University of La Verne hosted a club fair on Feb. 7 as a part of the welcome back week to kick off the spring semester.
Kanaka Hui Ohana, a club that promotes the interests of Hawaiian, Asian, and Pacific Islander students on campus, threw its annual Hawaiian Night Luau at the University of La Verne on Monday in Sneaky Park.
Reggae melodies and Christmas hats filled Davenport Dining Hall Tuesday evening for the Kanaka Hui Ohana Bash held by the Hawaiian club on the University of La Verne campus.
Vanessa Avilez Staff Writer Kanaka Hui Ohana club at the University of La Verne had its annual Luau in Sneaky Park on May 2. Sneaky Park was filled with about 100 ULV students, faculty and the surrounding community members. “It’s a tradition that everyone’s gotten use to,” said Tiona Hobson, a junior broadcasting major and […]
Campus news for the week of April 27, 2007.
Tiki torches, leis and barely-dressed Polynesian dancers swayed with the live Hawaiian music, entertaining the audience during the 27th annual Luau and Polynesian Hula Show hosted by Kanaka Hui Ohana, the University of La Verne’s Hawaiian club, last week in Sneaky Park.
Students gathered at Round Table Pizza in La Verne in support of the Nginn Karet Foundation for Cambodia on March 15. About 15 people came to the event at around 6 p.m.