New! BIRTHDAY BASH @ THE SILVERSWORD CAFÉ
WHEN: Mon, Nov. 25, Lunch Time 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
WHERE: Silversword Café
WHO: All invited; sponsored by Campus Dining
WHAT: Celebrate November Birthdays at the Silversword Café featuring something extra sweet!
CONTACT: Katrina Sumile at email@example.com
New! HOOPS & HOTDOGS
WHAT: Come watch CUH Men’s Basketball team compete live in the Maui Invitational. Free hotdogs, chips and beverage
WHEN: Mon, Nov 25, from 4 to 7 pm — Tipoff at 4:30pm
WHERE: Loo Student Center
WHO: CUH vs Baylor University; event sponsored by OSAL, all invited
New! URGENT REQUEST FOR SCHOOL SUPPLIES
WHEN: NOW through next Mon., Dec. 2
WHAT: School supplies being collected
WHO: All invited to donate supplies; Chaminade Education Club and Education Division coordinating
WHY: Response to Solomon Elementary School (Schofield); classroom and teacher supplies completely lost in fire; need is urgent and immediate
WHERE: Drop off at Education Division’s Brogan Hall and/or Sullivan Family Library
“You may have heard about the fire at Solomon Elementary School in Schofield this week. The Education Club is sponsoring a supply drive to help out these students and teachers. You may drop off items from the list below to the Education Office in Brogan Hall by Tuesday, Dec. 3. If you wish to give a monetary donation leave it with Terry in the Education Office; money will be used to buy the supplies on their list. Thank you for your help,” Mary Pat Sjostrom (Ed professor/advisor) and Caitlin Dineen (Ed Club student)
TYPHOON HAIYAN RESPONSE CONTINUES
WHERE: Student Services & Hogan Program
WHO: For more information, contact Allison Jerome [firstname.lastname@example.org] in Student Services & Jackeline Sanqui [Jackeline.Sanqui@chaminade.edu] with Hogan
WHAT: Monetary donations made at Student Services or at the Hogan desk in Kieffer will go to Catholic Relief Services.
CONTACT: 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 email@example.com
DIRECT DONATIONS: Catholic Relief Services
T’WAS THE LIGHTS BEFORE CHRISTMAS
WHAT: Annual campus holiday lighting (more lights than ever) plus holiday activities to celebrate the season; a little earlier, a lot brighter!
WHO: Everyone invited; hosted by Campus Ministry & OSAL
WHEN: Mon., Dec. 2, starting at 5:30 pm with blessing and lighting following shortly after that (approximately at 6pm)
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)
EH NO FO’GIT DA KAIMUKI CHRISTMAS PARADE
!!Parade Traffic, Parking & Access Alerts!!
WHEN: Thurs., Dec. 5, afternoon through evening; actual parade from 6 to 7 pm
WHERE: Waialae Ave entrance & Oval area initial gathering area; 2nd row also used for parade vehicles
WHAT: 67th annual neighborhood holiday parade on Waialae Avenue starts at Chaminade/Saint Louis Waialae entrance; parade participants begin to gather about 4:30 pm
WHO: Kaimuki business and Professional Association (KBPA) and the KBPA Foundation, organizers; both day and evening Chaminade community will be affected; welcome to participate
CONTACT: To find out more about traffic and parking, contact Campus Security at 808.735.4792 or firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASE NOTE: Parade parking and traffic adjustments will affect NIGHT as well as DAY students, faculty, adjunct and staff members. Per last year, adjustments included:
- Parking limited to 3rd row and upper campus only after 3pm
- Restricted campus access beginning at 4 pm
- No parking around the oval starting 4 pm
- Waialae Ave. main entrance closes at 5:30 pm.
- Kaimanaka Gate to open for 2-way traffic starting 4 pm
- All access and parking should be back to normal by 7:30 pm
INTERESTED IN LAW SCHOOL? Below are a number of webinars that may be of interest to those exploring or planning for law school. In December:
- December 11, 7:30 p.m., EST: Expert Advice for Writing Your Law School Personal Statement
- 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
- Cracking the LSAT: a Guide to Preparing for the Law School Admission Test
CONTACT: Wayne M. Tanna, JD, LL.M. at (808) 739-4606 or email@example.com
STAFF & FACULTY SPIRITUAL MONTHLY LUNCH
WHO: Staff and faculty invited, hosted by Campus Ministry
WHERE: Hale Malia
WHAT: Monthly gathering for spiritual reflection; bring your own lunch–drinks provided; Dec. topic covered –“Asking the right questions: Prayer beyond ego”
CONTACT: Daniel O’Regan [Daniel.ORegan@chaminade.edu]
WHEN: Dec 18, from 12:30 to 1pm
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.