Luau Dances Require Weeks of Rehearsals


Preparation for the Hawaii Club’s annual luau, one of the largest events of the school year, often begins as early as the first week of February. This year, current seniors are determined to make this performance the best of their college careers. Likewise, returning members are just as motivated to send seniors off with a

Luau choreographers bring their culture to the stage


By Joanne Sally Mero Every year, members of Hawaii Club come together to share the Aloha Spirit with their peers. Luau is one of the largest student-run productions on campus and is anticipated by many students, faculty, staff and community members. One night of enjoyment requires more work than some may think. Almost four months

Hula, Haka and huli huli: annual Luau unites the LC community


By Natalie Rich /// Senior Staff Writer FOR ONE NIGHT, Lewis & Clark’s Pamplin Sports Center transformed from a regular gym to an enchanting lu’au. Students streamed into the gym and were welcomed by a row of decorated tables and Hawai’ian food. During the performance, students and staff performed traditional dances for the student body