Hui O Nani Hawaii Club
Q: What is the Hui O Nani Hawaii Club all about?
A: The Hui O Nani Hawaii Club, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary on May 5, is one of the oldest and largest organizations on campus. The club promotes and preserves the culture of Hawaii. Its focus on unity and family makes it one of our most engaging multicultural organizations. As of fall 2011, 236 students from Hawaii were enrolled at SU.
The club also has a very active alumni group. Paul Chinen, the first president of the club and a retired brigadier general, will be among 11 of the original 33 charter members along with many others attending the anniversary celebration. Here's a list of the activities:
Thursday, May 3
5:30 p.m., The Chieftain: Relax and relive memories of your college days.
Friday, May 4
10 a.m.: Tour the campus (meet in the Admissions & Alumni Community Room)
Noon: Lunch, Admissions & Alumni Community Room
5:30 p.m.: Reception, Admissions & Alumni Community Room
Saturday, May 5
4:30 p.m., North Court Connolly Center: Luau (e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for tickets)