Concession stands are
provided to student organizations to fundraise on campus. Each
club is assigned a football game during the season and sells hotdogs,
hamburgers, and brats. The Hawaii Club usually offers its unique
flavors to campus visitors by also selling teriburgers. For the
2008-2009 academic school year, the Hawaii Club's concession stand
will be: Purdue game @ South Alumni
Michigan City Trip
Each year, the Hawaii
club ensures the preparedness of all incoming students by taking
a trip to Michigan City between mid-October and early-November.
South Bend winters are one-of-a-kind and extreme weather encroaches
on the Notre Dame campus spontaneously -- you can never trust
the weather man in South Bend, IN. Michigan City is a large outdoor
shopping mall filled with brand-name outlet stores. The trip to
the mall usually occupies the majority of a day and allows students
some good bonding time during the 90 minute drive to Michigan
For further information, check out the Michigan
Each year, the Asian American
Association of Notre Dame produces a Fall performance showcasing
the Asian-American cultural clubs on campus. Hawaii Club has participates
by offering a number of polynesian dances ranging from Hula Kahiko
and Hula Auana to Tahitian.
For more information, visit the Asian
American Association website.
Luau is the Hawaii Club's
main production each year. Production for the event begins at
home during winter break when students can bring Hawaiian goodies
back to campus. The Luau is a great outlet during the Spring semester
for students -- making up for the football season in the fall
-- and allows them to take an occasional break from studying each
For more information, visit our Luau
The Hawaii Club is working
to coordinate two new projects with other service oriented clubs
on campus -- one in the fall and one in the spring.
Currently, the fall project
is a Gingerbread House Build to take place during the holiday
season for the homeless and less fortunate in the South Bend area.
The intentions of this project is to give families from the community
something to look forward to each year. Building gingerbread houses
is always a fun time for the whole family and provides a way for
the community to come together and be creative under one roof.
Working in conjunction
with the dining halls on campus, the Hawaii Club is also planning
a Dining Hall staff dinner. The philosophy behind the dinner is
that the staff is always providing meals for the students; for
one night, the students should be able to give back to the staff.
Please feel free to contact
Club regarding any prospective projects.