Circle K International at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa

“Live to Serve, Love to Serve”

 

Circle K International at UH Mānoa is a service club on campus that provides the community with projects such as cliff restoration, beach cleanups and volunteering at the Honolulu Zoo. Under the K family, Circle K is another branch related to Key Club and Kiwanis International. 

Open to all majors and standings, Circle K can be joined by any college student in Hawaiʻi. Circle K meets every fourth Tuesday of the month to discuss upcoming events and general updates. 

“Our club focuses not only on service but also leadership and fellowship,” Circle K President Nikki Lum said. 

She encourages students to check out their website, where those interested in joining can fill out a membership form. 

For more information, their website is found at https://ckiuhm.weebly.com, and they can be contacted via ckiu@hawaii.edu. Instagram: @ cki_uhm

 

Manoa Academy of Gamers 

Casual Gaming Club

 

The Manoa Academy of Gamers was established in 2019 and offers an opportunity for college students to bond with new people over their shared passion of gaming. 

Meeting in iLab near the Art Building right across from Kuykendall, members can come in anytime and use the space to play to their heart's content. 

“Our main purpose is to create a sense of community among gamers and provide them with a place where they can just be themselves,” Manoa Academy of Gamers President Albert “Sammy” Yee said.

Weekly meetings are Sundays in iLab from 4 to 8 p.m. which doubles as a gaming session for club members. 

Different types of games are available, ranging from console games such as Super Smash Bros to PC games like Valorant and League of Legends. The Academy of Gamers also hosts weekly Dungeons and Dragons meetings for those interested in more traditional tabletop games. 

In the future, the group hopes to host tournaments and other festive events. 

For more information, visit their Instagram at @manoaacademyofgamers, or contact them at gaming@hawaii.edu.