Since 1962, when the first Luau was held on The Bluff, the Hawaiian Club has continued the tradition of hosting its annual Luau on campus. For a fun look at past Hawaiian Club Luaus and photos of the Hawaiian Club through the years, stop by and view a new display created by the University Museum in the display case near the computer stations in the Pilot House.
Campus community members are also invited to view a display about ASUP (Associated Students of the University of Portland). Since 1949, ASUP has been part of student life on The Bluff, serving students and student groups through student government, providing entertainment and social activities through the Campus Program Board, and offering student services such as Pilot Express and ADvantage. With ASUP elections held recently, the University Museum created a historical look at ASUP located in the basement of Shipstad Hall across from the computer room.
The University Museum is located in the basement of Shipstad Hall, room 014, and is open Monday-Tuesday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and also by appointment. All are welcome to visit the museum. Contact Carolyn Connolly, museum coordinator, at 8038 or email@example.com for more information.