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CHAMINADE CAMPUS NEWS — Thursday, November 14, 2013

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November News 

New! CHUUK IMMERSION NEWS

Applications for the Chuuk Immersion trip taking place in spring (May 13-June 21, 2014) are available at the Campus Ministry office.  Interviews will begin on November 18.  As part of the application process you will be expected to write a small reflection on why you feel this would be a good opportunity for you at this time in your life to be part of the immersion experience.  Contact Daniel O’Regan at Daniel.ORegan@chaminade.edu or 735-4774.

New! MISSING MOPEDS
Last weekend, two mopeds were stolen on the campus: One on Friday evening from the front of the McCabe Gym during men’s basketball game; and another from the Hale Pohaku/Hale Lokelani area.  Both mopeds were left unlocked.  A small white pick-up truck carrying a moped in the back was seeing in the vicinity of the Hale Pohaku/Hale Lokelani area.  Anyone with information, please contact Campus Security at 808-735-4792. REMINDER: Please secure your belongings at all times and park in moped designated areas.

New! TYPHOON HAIYAN DEVASTATES PHILIPPINES — CUH RESPONDS

WHEN: Fri., Nov.15, at 12:30-1:30 pm
WHERE: Mystical Rose Oratory
WHO: Open to all
WHAT: Opportunity for campus community to gather in prayer and to comfort members of our ‘Ohana who may have family affected by the typhoon Haiyan.  Ways of helping will be shared, as well as a collection taken up.
CONTACT: Campus Ministry at balana@chaminade.edu

Student Services Dean, Grissel Benitez-Hodge, has asked if there are members of our community, especially students, who have family needs due to the disaster, do not hesitate to contact her office for help by (808)735-4852 or email ghodge@chaminade.edu

DONATIONS: Catholic Relief Services http://emergencies.crs.org/typhoon-haiyan-help-philippines-survive-and-recover/

New! CHAMINADE STUDENT TOWN HALL MEETING
WHEN: Fri., Nov.15, at 12:30-1:30 pm
WHERE: Paul Vi and Loo Student Center
WHO: Chaminade Student Body
WHAT: Voice your concerns, and gets some answers.
CONTACT: CSGA office or email bernardoequila@gmail.com

New! UNIVERSAL CHILDREN’S DAY CELEBRATION & CANNED FOOD DRIVE
WHO: CUH Education Club in partnership with Campus Ministry
WHAT: Come celebrate Universal Children’s Day with Education Club & Campus Ministry! Release your inner child and donate to a good cause all at the same time! Includes Bounce House obstacle course, face painting & temporary tattoos, games like twister, bean bag toss, and double Dutch, and a bake sale table with items like $1 musubis, hot dogs, mud cups, cookies, cupcakes, and more!
WHEN: Wed., Nov. 20, from 11:30am-1:30pm
WHERE: Sullivan Library Lawn
WHY: To collect cans for the Hawaii Food Bank, raise money for Christmas on Campus, and spread happiness and good cheer during the Holiday Season!
COST: At least 1-2 cans of non-perishable food or donating $1 to the collection jar/ bake sale table
CONTACT: Caitlin Dinneen at caitlindinneen@gmail.com

New!   GIVING THANKS — CUH THANKSGIVING PRAYER SERVICE

WHO: All invited; sponsored by Campus Ministry
WHAT:  Annual interfaith Thanksgiving service. Donations of canned food or toiletry items will be taken for Hawaii food Bank and NEXT Step Shelter (optional).
WHEN: Wed, Nov 20, from 12:30 pm
WHERE: Mystical Rose Oratory
CONTACT: Daniel O’Regan [Daniel.ORegan@chaminade.edu] 

New!   XMAS ART & POTTERY SALE

WHO: Artwork & pottery by CUH Ceramics students and instructor, Yukio Ozaki
WHAT:  Bi-annual sale of art & pottery
WHEN: Fri., Nov.22, 12:30 noon -6p.m.
WHERE: Eiben Hall, Rm.101, Ceramics Studio
CONTACT: For information, call Yukio Ozaki: 735 4889 (after 12:00 noon) or 737 4631 (evening)

November Reminders

 FALL DRAMA PRODUCTIONS–Thru 11/17: Tickets are a great price! But seating IS limited. Purchase tickets now to avoid disappointment. Chaminade University’s Performing Arts-Theatre Department presents its annual double fall productions:

SHOWING ON EVEN DATES

WHAT: Five Women Wearing the Same Dress by Alan Ball
WHO: directed by Fr. Robert Bouffier, SM; cast includes Shannon Gray, Ashleigh Taylor, Marchella Versteegh, Naomi O’Mara, Nadia Fale and Sam Galloway with stage manager Rachael Paeste
WHEN: Nov. 14 &16 at 7:30 pm & Nov. 10 at 3 pm
WHERE: Loo Theatre — Clarence TC Ching 101
ADMISSION: $5 –advance purchases available in Henry Hall 206, Mon-Fri from 8 am-4pm
CONTACT: 808-735-4827

SHOWING ON ODD DATES

WHAT: almost, maine– a new romantic comedy by John Cariani
WHO: directed by Bro. Gary Morris, SM, cast includes Adam Brewer, Nicole Enos, Claire Paul, Max Meadows, Alex San Nicolas, and Noelani Tu’u with stage manager Mahera Ahmed
WHEN: Nov. 15 at 7:30 pm & Nov. 17 at 3 pm
WHERE: Loo Theatre — Clarence TC Ching 101
ADMISSION: $5 –advance purchases available in Henry Hall 206, Mon-Fri from 8 am-4pm
CONTACT: 808-735-4827 


FROM CHAMINADE’S OFFICE OF NATIVE HAWAIIAN PARTNERSHIPS
CONTACT: RaeDeen M. Keahiolalo-Karasuda, PhD, director in Clarence T.C. Ching 256 or raedeen.karasuda@chaminade.edu or 808.735.4750 (office)

NEWS FROM OHA: GWU SCHOLARSHIPS & SEMESTER INTERNSHIP IN D.C. AVAILABLE

George Washington University’s Native American Political Leadership program will provide selected Native Hawaiian students with a full ride scholarship for spring 2014 semester.  Scholarship recipients will study at GWU while interning on Capitol Hill.  The scholarship will cover roundtrip airfare, tuition, a book stipend, housing, and a living stipend. Deadline has been extended to Dec. 1, for Native Hawaiian students, though GWU recommends applicants submit materials by Nov. 15.  For information, go to: http://semesterinwashington.gwu.edu/naplp

To apply online: http://semesterinwashington.gwu.edu/application-form

Friday 11/15:
 HAWAII 5-0, at 8 pm on KGMB:  Look for CUH Cameo (don’t blink)

AAP LIFE SKILLS WORKSHOP: FINANCES
WHAT: “Get a grip on your finances!” – Budget & Credit Workshop WHEN: Mon., Nov. 18, from 12:30–1:30pm WHERE:Clarence TC Ching Conference Center, Eiben Hall

WHO: AAP students only; Clelia Padello (guest speaker on personal banking) CONTACT: Mata Tufele @ 808-735-4835 or faamamata.tufele@chaminade.edu

COMING IN DECEMBER!

New! T’WAS THE LIGHTS BEFORE CHRISTMAS

WHAT: Annual campus holiday lighting (more lights than ever) plus holiday activities to celebrate the season

WHO: Everyone invited; hosted by Campus Ministry & OSAL

WHEN: Mon., Dec. 2, starting at 5:30 pm

WHERE: Starts at Mystical Rose Oratory and moves to Clarence TC Ching Hall for Lighting; ends at Vi & Paul Loo Student Center for games, caroling, treats & tree trimming

CONTACT: Daniel O’Regan (735-4774), Mak Porotesano (739-4688) or Allison Jerome (735-4718)

 

New! THE CATHOLIC CHURCH AND HAWAIIAN CULTURE

WHAT: Special presentation on relationship of Catholic Church and Native Hawaiian culture

WHEN: Thur., Dec. 12, from 5:15 to 8pm (supper at 5:15 pm & presentation 6-8pm)

WHERE: St. Stephen’s Parish, 2747 Pali Highway, Honolulu, HI 96817

WHO: From the rector’s office, all invited, sponsored by the Leadership Association of Religious Congregations, featuring Rev. Alapaki Kim (native Hawaiian priest and pastor of St. Rita’s Parish, Nanakuli)

ADMISSION: Free. Be sure to RSVP with Gayle Burgher at galyle.burgher@chaminade.edu or 735-4737 by Monday, Dec. 2

CONTACT: Fr. George at 808.739.8339 george.cerniglia@chaminade.edu

OR go to: http://sites.chaminade.edu/news/2013/11/14/the-catholic-church-hawaiian-culture-special-presentation-december-12-at-st-stephens-parish/

INTERESTED IN LAW SCHOOL?

Below are a number of recently offered webinars that may be of interest to those exploring or planning for law school. There is no cost to view webinars:

• Re-Inventing Law: How Legal Employment is Being Transformed and What the Future of Law Looks Like http://www.law.msu.edu/admissions/webinars/ReInvent_Law_webinar.html

• Crafting Your Law School Personal Statement

http://www.law.msu.edu/admissions/webinars/crafting-best-personal-statement-webinar.html

• Cracking the LSAT: a Guide to Preparing for the Law School Admission Test

http://www.law.msu.edu/admissions/webinars/Cracking%20the%20LSAT.html

Additional webinar but with set schedule:

• December 11, 7:30 p.m., EST: Expert Advice for Writing Your Law School Personal Statement

http://www.law.msu.edu/admissions/webinars/Expert-Advice-personal-statement-webinar.html

CONTACT: Wayne M. Tanna, JD, LL.M. at (808) 739-4606 or wtanna@chaminade.edu

 

STAFF & FACULTY SPIRITUAL LUNCHEONS

WHO: Staff and faculty invited, hosted by Campus Ministry

WHERE: Hale Malia

WHAT: Monthly gathering for spiritual reflection; bring your own lunch–drinks provided

CONTACT: Daniel O’Regan [Daniel.ORegan@chaminade.edu]

WHEN: Lunch time, from 12:30 to 1pm on the following dates with topics–

• Dec 18–Asking the right questions: Prayer beyond ego.

• Jan 29-Methods to Letting Go.

• Feb 26–Boys II Men: How do we mentor young men into responsible leaders?

• March 26–Keeping the heart open in hell – the challenges of spirituality.

• April 30–Prayer as resonance.

• May 14–Failure as our greatest teacher

 

STAY IN THE KNOW

• Look for Chaminade Campus E-News via your Chaminade email account

• Go to: www.chaminade.edu for news posts, student blogs as well as get to the portal.

• Check out: facebook.com/chaminadeuniversity

• Follow Chaminade News on twitter at: twitter.com/Chaminade_Univ

• For Dining Services, go to:www.ChaminadeDining.com

 

CAMPUS E-NEWS (http://sites.chaminade.edu/news/): Send to news@chaminade.edu preferably 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, Campus News will be on hiatus.

 

news@chaminade.edu

November News

 

New! CHUUK IMMERSION NEWS

Applications for the Chuuk Immersion trip taking place in spring (May 13-June 21, 2014) are available at the Campus Ministry office.  Interviews will begin on November 18.  As part of the application process you will be expected to write a small reflection on why you feel this would be a good opportunity for you at this time in your life to be part of the immersion experience.  Contact Daniel O’Regan at Daniel.ORegan@chaminade.edu or 735-4774.

New! MISSING MOPEDS
Last weekend, two mopeds were stolen on the campus: One on Friday evening from the front of the McCabe Gym during men’s basketball game; and another from the Hale Pohaku/Hale Lokelani area.  Both mopeds were left unlocked.  A small white pick-up truck carrying a moped in the back was seeing in the vicinity of the Hale Pohaku/Hale Lokelani area.  Anyone with information, please contact Campus Security at 808-735-4792. REMINDER: Please secure your belongings at all times and park in moped designated areas.

 

New! TYPHOON HAIYAN DEVASTATES PHILIPPINES — CUH RESPONDS

WHEN: Fri., Nov.15, at 12:30-1:30 pm
WHERE: Mystical Rose Oratory
WHO: Open to all
WHAT: Opportunity for campus community to gather in prayer and to comfort members of our ‘Ohana who may have family affected by the typhoon Haiyan.  Ways of helping will be shared, as well as a collection taken up.
CONTACT: Campus Ministry at balana@chaminade.edu

Student Services Dean, Grissel Benitez-Hodge, has asked if there are members of our community, especially students, who have family needs due to the disaster, do not hesitate to contact her office for help by (808)735-4852 or email ghodge@chaminade.edu

DONATIONS:Catholic Relief Services

http://emergencies.crs.org/typhoon-haiyan-help-philippines-survive-and-recover/

 

New!CHAMINADE STUDENT TOWN HALL MEETING
WHEN: Fri., Nov.15, at 12:30-1:30 pm
WHERE: Paul Vi and Loo Student Center
WHO: Chaminade Student Body
WHAT: Voice your concerns, and gets some answers.
CONTACT: CSGA office or email bernardoequila@gmail.com

New!UNIVERSAL CHILDREN’S DAY CELEBRATION & CANNED FOOD DRIVE
WHO:
CUH Education Club in partnership with Campus Ministry
WHAT:
Come celebrate Universal Children’s Day with Education Club & Campus Ministry! Release your inner child and donate to a good cause all at the same time! Includes Bounce House obstacle course, face painting & temporary tattoos, games like twister, bean bag toss, and double Dutch, and a bake sale table with items like $1 musubis, hot dogs, mud cups, cookies, cupcakes, and more! 
WHEN:
Wed., Nov. 20, from 11:30am-1:30pm
WHERE: Sullivan Library Lawn
WHY:
To collect cans for the Hawaii Food Bank, raise money for Christmas on Campus, and spread happiness and good cheer during the Holiday Season!
COST:
At least 1-2 cans of non-perishable food or donating $1 to the collection jar/ bake sale table
CONTACT: Caitlin Dinneen at caitlindinneen@gmail.com

New!   GIVING THANKS — CUH THANKSGIVING PRAYER SERVICE

WHO: All invited; sponsored by Campus Ministry

WHAT:  Annual interfaith Thanksgiving service. Donations of canned food or toiletry items will be taken for Hawaii food Bank and NEXT Step Shelter (optional).

WHEN: Wed, Nov 20, from 12:30 pm

WHERE: Mystical Rose Oratory

CONTACT:Daniel O’Regan [Daniel.ORegan@chaminade.edu]

 

New!   XMAS ART & POTTERY SALE

WHO: Artwork & pottery by CUH Ceramics students and instructor, Yukio Ozaki

WHAT:  Bi-annual sale of art & pottery

WHEN: Fri., Nov.22, 12:30 noon -6p.m.

WHERE: Eiben Hall, Rm.101, Ceramics Studio

CONTACT: For information, call Yukio Ozaki: 735 4889 (after 12:00 noon) or 737 4631 (evening)

 

November Reminders

DISTINGUISHED FORENSIC EDUCATIOR TO SPEAK

WHO: Guest speaker, Dr. Robert E. Gaensslen, with PhD from Cornell University, is professor emeritus and was program director at University of Illinois, Chicago. A Fellow of the Criminalistics section of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS), he received the Paul L. Kirk Distinguished Criminalist award from the Criminalistics section of the AAFS and has been Principal Investigator or project director for numerous NIJ Grants and contracts for research and forensic science training.
COST:  Free and open to the public

WHEN: Thurs., Nov. 14, time TBD

WHERE: Clarence T.C. Ching Conference Center, Eiben Hall

CONTACT:  For more information and final times, contact Dale K. Purcell at dale.purcell@chaminade.edu or (808) 440-4209

 

FALL DRAMA PRODUCTIONS–Thru 11/17: Tickets are a great price! But seating IS limited. Purchase tickets now to avoid disappointment. Chaminade University’s Performing Arts-Theatre Department presents its annual double fall productions:

SHOWING ON EVEN DATES

WHAT: Five Women Wearing the Same Dress by Alan Ball

WHO: directed by Fr. Robert Bouffier, SM; cast includes Shannon Gray, Ashleigh Taylor, Marchella Versteegh, Naomi O’Mara, Nadia Fale and Sam Galloway with stage manager Rachael Paeste

WHEN: Nov. 14 &16 at 7:30 pm & Nov. 10 at 3 pm

WHERE: Loo Theatre — Clarence TC Ching 101

ADMISSION: $5 –advance purchases available in Henry Hall 206, Mon-Fri from 8 am-4pm

CONTACT: 808-735-4827

SHOWING ON ODD DATES

WHAT: almost, maine– a new romantic comedy by John Cariani

WHO: directed by Bro. Gary Morris, SM, cast includes Adam Brewer, Nicole Enos, Claire Paul, Max Meadows, Alex San Nicolas, and Noelani Tu’u with stage manager Mahera Ahmed

WHEN: Nov. 15 at 7:30 pm & Nov. 17 at 3 pm

WHERE: Loo Theatre — Clarence TC Ching 101

ADMISSION: $5 –advance purchases available in Henry Hall 206, Mon-Fri from 8 am-4pm

CONTACT: 808-735-4827

 

FROM CHAMINADE’S OFFICE OF NATIVE HAWAIIAN PARTNERSHIPS
CONTACT:
RaeDeen M. Keahiolalo-Karasuda, PhD, director in Clarence T.C. Ching 256 or raedeen.karasuda@chaminade.edu or 808.735.4750 (office)

NEWS FROM OHA: GWU SCHOLARSHIPS & SEMESTER INTERNSHIP IN D.C. AVAILABLE

George Washington University’s Native American Political Leadership program will provide selected Native Hawaiian students with a full ride scholarship for spring 2014 semester.  Scholarship recipients will study at GWU while interning on Capitol Hill.  The scholarship will cover roundtrip airfare, tuition, a book stipend, housing, and a living stipend. Deadline has been extended to Dec. 1, for Native Hawaiian students, though GWU recommends applicants submit materials by Nov. 15.  For information, go to: http://semesterinwashington.gwu.edu/naplp

To apply online: http://semesterinwashington.gwu.edu/application-form

 

Friday 11/15:
 HAWAII 5-0, at 8 pm on KGMB:  Look for CUH Cameo (don’t blink)

 

AAP LIFE SKILLS WORKSHOP: FINANCES

WHAT: “Get a grip on your finances!” – Budget & Credit Workshop

WHEN:Mon., Nov. 18, from 12:30–1:30pm

WHERE:Clarence TC Ching Conference Center, Eiben Hall

WHO: AAP students only; Clelia Padello (guest speaker on personal banking)

CONTACT: Mata Tufele @ 808-735-4835 or faamamata.tufele@chaminade.edu

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