Dixie Beutler and Cindy Wang run the raffle booth for the second annual Hawaiian Luau at the La Verne United Methodist Church on Sept. 5.
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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.
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 […]
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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 and faculty members were greeted with colorful leis and invited to sit down, dine on Hawaiian cuisine and soak up the light and breezy island atmosphere at the annual lu’au held by Kanaka Hui Ohana, the University of La Verne’s Hawaiian club, on May 12 in the University Mall.
“Kanaka hui ohana” is the Hawaiian phrase for “bringing people together as a family,” and that is what the University of La Verne Kanaka Hui Ohana Club did in the University Mall on Thursday with its annual luau for dinner time.
Kanaka Hui Ohana’s and the Associated Students Federation (ASF) Forum’s Inaugural Makahiki ’99 Hawaiian Festival took place at the University of La Verne’s Sneaky Park on Tuesday afternoon.