New! THANKSGIVING WEEKEND HOURS CARLSON FITNESS CENTER
Thurs., Nov. 24
— Closed
Fri., Nov. 25
— Open 10am to 6pm
Sat., Nov. 26 & Sun, Nov. 27 –Normal weekend hours, 10am to 6pm
During Finals –Normal Hours
Winter Break Hours—TBD
Contact:
Athletics Kevin Hashiro at kevin.hashiro@chaminade.edu or 735-4778

THANKSGIVING BRUNCH & DINNER
WHEN:
Thurs., Nov. 24, brunch from 11 am to 2 pm; dinner from 5-7 pm
WHERE
: Silversword Café  WHO: All invited
WHAT
: Thanksgiving Celebration Meal (Brunch or Dinner); Cost for those not on meal plan is $10 for brunch & $15 for dinner
CONTACT
: Jacquelyn [mailto:Ornellas-Jacquelyn@aramark.com]

New! LAS POSADAS & HOLIDAY LIGHTING EVENT
WHEN:
Mon., Nov. 28, starting at 7 pm
WHERE
:
Las Posadas procession begins at Hale Lokelani and ends in front of CTC Ching Hall for lighting of campus; Loo Student Center for more festivities
WHAT:
Las Posadas, a Hispanic tradition, re-enacts the Bethlehem struggles of Joseph and Mary, who need a place to have their baby Jesus. Students play the roles of Mary and Joseph, journeying throughout the university, stopping at Hale Lokelani, Hale Pohaku and Hale Malia and being turned away. The couple will end their journey at Clarence TC Ching Hall where Chaminade president, Bro. Bernard Ploeger, SM, welcomes them. The couple briefly disappears and returns with their baby, and the lights are illuminated across campus. From there, all go in to the Loo Center for refreshments, tree-trimming, music and fellowship.
WHO:
Everyone invited; sponsored by Campus Ministry
CONTACT:
Kay Stone at kstone@chaminade.edu or (808)440-4226

New! SPECIAL RESEARCH SEMINAR
WHEN:
Wed., Nov. 30, at 12:30 pm
WHERE:
Wesselkamper Science Center 120
WHAT:
Presentation entitled “Endocrinology & Breast Cancer”
WHO:
Distinguished lecturer Dr. Steven Anderson (James Todd professor of experimental pathology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine); sponsored by BRIC @ Chaminade and the Endocrine Society
CONTACT:
hharakun@chaminade.edu or call 440-4204

FACULTY COLLOQUIUM
WHEN:
Wed, Nov. 30, from 12 to 1 pm
WHERE
: Henry Hall 109 followed by tour of E.L. Wiegand Simulation Suite
WHAT
: Presentation titled “Simulation as Teaching Pedagogy in Nursing Education with Tour of Facility”
WHO
: Open     CONTACT: psponsel@chaminade.edu

New! KAIMUKI CHRISTMAS PARADE
WHEN:
Thurs., Dec. 1, afternoon
WHERE:
Waialae Avenue Entrance & Oval area initial gathering area
WHAT:
Annual neighborhood parade on Waialae Avenue starts at Chaminade/Saint Louis Waialae entrance; parade participants begin to gather about 3 pm
WHO:
All welcome to join Campus Ministry parade contingent (meet at 5 pm in Oval)
CONTACT:
Kay Stone at kstone@chaminade.edu or (808)440-4226 to find out more on joining the parade
PLEASE NOTE:
There is no news on parking and traffic challenges as of yet.

New! CHRISTMAS ON CAMPUS
WHEN:
Fri., Dec. 2 (need donations through Tues., Nov. 29)
WHERE:
Please drop off donations in Kay’s office (CTC Ching 103)
WHAT:
Items needed for goodie bags (like complimentary toiletries)
WHO:
Campus Ministry & Chaminade Ohana hosts; 10 invited families from Palolo for Christmas on Campus celebration
CONTACT:
Kay Stone at kstone@chaminade.edu or (808)440-4226

New! THE SOUL OF KALAUPAPA
WHEN:
Sat., Dec. 3, at 1:30 pm
WHERE:
Clarence TC Ching Conference Center, Eiben Hall
WHO:
Featured guest presenter Dr. Fred Woods, professor of Religious Understanding from Brigham Young University; Sponsored by Office of the President; All invited
WHAT:
The Soul of Kalaupapa” is a presentation Professor Fred E. Woods shared in Melbourne, Australia at the World Parliament of Religions (December 2009).  This presentation will begin with a showing of the documentary “The Soul of Kalaupapa: voices of exile” which tells a story of the triumph of spirit that has existed for many decades among patients who have lived in the Kalaupapa community.  In addition, Dr. Woods will share inspiring stories he has collected from interviews conducted at Kalaupapa since 2004 which reveal an ecumenical community of love and concern for one another reminding us of the Latin maxim, “In the essentials unity; the non-essentials liberty; and in all things charity.”
CONTACT:
Janine Kurosawa at Janine.Kurosawa@chaminade.edu or call 735-4737

New!  INTERIOR DESIGN SENIOR PORTFOLIO EXHIBIT & OPEN HOUSE
WHERE:
Interior Design newly renovated facilities, Eiben Hall
WHEN:
Fri., Dec. 9, from 4-8pm
WHO:
All invited, hosted by Interior Design, presented by ID senior students
WHAT:
Senior ID students exhibit their work
CONTACT:
Joan Riggs, ID program coordinator, at joan.riggs88@gmail.com  or Humanities office at paula.manz@chaminade.edu or 735-4827

CAMPUS NEWS–Send announcements and event information to news@chaminade.edu at least two weeks in advance. Include, who, what, where, when, cost, contact, etc. (why, how). Got notables? Same 5 Ws, but also need correct name spellings and position with Chaminade (for students, year and major if possible). Photos need complete name ids as well as who took photo. During the summer, the Campus News is on a hiatus schedule of once a month.