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On Sunday, Oct. 11, an overflow crowd attended the White Sunday mass at the Mystical Rose Oratory. Though this mass is arguably the most popular religious event on campus, this year’s was a poignant, yet ultimately uplifting event because of the recent natural disasters that devastated the Samoan islands.
An unknown male was arrested for trespassing by Honolulu Police Department on the night of Oct. 8 at Lokelani Residence Hall.
In September of 1833, eight Marianists came together and took control of what we all know as St. Louis School. In 1955, with the help of St. Louis alumni, the Marianists established a Catholic school in Honolulu called St. Louis Junior College. Two years later, Chaminade College was born and would again change its name to Chaminade University of Honolulu in 1977.
During the September faculty senate, it was announced that Henry 109 would be renovated and repurposed, leading to mixed emotions among students, faculty and staff who frequent the room.
Super Sack Big Mac Mondays! 2009 marks the 41st year of the Big Mac sandwich and also the 41st anniversary of McDonalds in Hawaii. McDonalds of Hawaii partnered with the University of Hawaii in 2008 to donate $500 to the University of Hawaii Athletics Department, for every sack that UH Warriors deliver to the opposing team.
With the price of movies going up, there is a way for CUH students on a budget to get their movie fix. Chaminade’s Movie Club is back in town and ready to hit the big screen.
You may have seen the new, big, brightly colored vending machines in more places than none around campus.
The switch from Coca-Cola products to Pepsi products has been in effect for well over a month now throughout Chaminade campus.
From the heart and soul of Chaminade (the students) is Aulama’s release of the Student Literary Journal of 2009.
On Sept. 29 an 8.3-magnitude earthquake occurred in South Pacific waters. Shortly after, the Samoan Islands were faced with an unstoppable force: a tsunami. The tragedy killed 184 people and destroyed whole villages.