A Social-Cultural organization at the University of California, San Diego dedicated to promoting Hawaiian/Polynesian culture and the Aloha Spirt in the greater San Diego area.

The organization was founded in 1989 by a group of Hawaiian students attending UCSD. It is non-exclusionary, and individuals of all backgrounds are encouraged to join.

The club’s official name is “ ‘Ohana O Aikāne,” which is Hawaiian for “family of friends.”

In addition to social events, the club is the university's premier Polynesian/Hawaiian traditional dance group, and offers free dance lessons, as well as putting on a large luau each spring.
Leilani: The UCSD Hawaii Club annual Spring Luau is coming up! Are you going?

Jake: Totally!
by UCSDHawaiiClub October 01, 2012
a bunch of stupid haoles/"fobulous" asians wanting to go to Hawaii.
the UCSD Hawaii club has no poeple from hawaii in it. balut speed
by rangasuck December 01, 2009

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