UD SINGERS GIVE SPECIAL PERFORMANCE
WHEN:
Tues, Feb. 28, from 12:30 to 1:30 pm
WHERE:
Mystical Rose
WHAT:
University of Dayton Heritage Singers perform a special concert
WHO:
Rev. Donna Cox and the University of Dayton Heritage singers performing; hosted by Campus Ministry; especially for CUH students but everyone welcome
CONTACT:
Kay Stone at kstone@chaminade.edu or 808-440-4226

 New! STUDENTS, FACULTY & STAFF HELP SOLICITED
The state needs help to improve the quality of technology in Hawaii with a simple task. Go to http://www.HawaiiSpeedTest.net , click “Begin Test.” The information gathered from the tests will help move Hawaii toward improving the speed of broadband Internet access across the state. The test should take about a minute to complete. Take the test at home and on your mobile phones as well. The data from different times and locations is vital to improving capabilities. For more information on the project, go to: http://hawaii.gov/gov/newsroom/press-releases/state-launches-internet-speed-test-site CONTACT
: Hawaii Department of Commerce & Consumer Affairs at Brent.T.Suyama@dcca.hawaii.gov

 APPLY FOR PEER MENTOR POSITIONS–Visit New Student Programs in the Student Support Services Building or call (808) 739-4631 for more information. Deadline to submit application extended to Mon, Mar 5, to 5 pm

New!MACKEY LECTURE ON AGING & FAITH FORMATION
WHEN:
Sun, Mar 11, from 4 pm
WHO
: Open to all, featured speaker is Richard P. Johnson, Ph.D., PCSG
WHAT:
Presentation on Maturing Adult Faith Formation and Spiritual Gerontology
WHERE:
Mystical Rose COST: Free
CONTACT:
Bro. Dennis Schmitz, S.M. at (808) 735-4801 (office) or (808) 232-6691 (cell)
GO TO
: http://marianisthawaii.org/mch_web_site_1_updated_6_08_023.htm

 New!BLACK HISTORY 101 MOBILE MUSEUM COMES TO CHAMINADE
WHEN:
March 12-16
WHO:
Sponsored by CSPB, CSGA, OSAL and BCU, Chaminade hosts the Black History 101 Mobile Museum
WHAT:
The mobile museum has been a popular attraction all over the mainland and includes a special guest speaker Professor Grif from soon to be Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame rap group Public Enemy. Considered to be the number one hip-hop museum of original black/African American artifacts, it will offer elements ranging from Jim Crow era books, to civil right letters, to Dr. Martin Luther King eulogy programs and modern day materials.
CONTACT:
OSAL in Ching #106 or (808) 739-4688     COST: Free

New! MIKE HAYES SPEAKS ON MINISTERING TO YOUNG ADULTS
WHAT:
Public Lecture on Young Adult Ministry
WHEN:
Thurs, Mar.15, starting at 5 pm
WHERE:
  Ching Conference Center
WHO:
Event is free & open to all; featured speaker Mike Hayes is co-founder of BustedHalo.com, and author of Googling God: Ministering to Today’s Young Adults and Their Eclipsed Spirituality
CONTACT:
Fr. George Cerniglia at (808) 739-8339 or George.Cerniglia@chaminade.edu
TOPIC: Have You Earned the Right to Be Heard?–Millennial College Students and Their Relationships to Mentors
Refreshments will be served.

New! WLHE STATEWIDE CONFERENCE AT CHAMINADE
WHEN:
Sat., Mar 17, from 8:30 am – 3:45 pm
WHAT:
WLHE Conference theme “Advancing Women in Higher Education”
WHERE:
Ching Conference Center, 2nd Floor of Eiben Hall
CONTACT:
Poranee Natadecha-Sponsel [psponsel@chaminade.edu]
GO TO
: http://wlhe.org/?q=conferences

 CAMPUS NEWSSend 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 winter, spring and summer breaks, the Campus News will be on hiatus.