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Night At The Boombox (SAC)

Location: Campus Center 301

Need a break from classes? Take a break and come join us and dance the night away. Light refreshments provided. The 3rd Friday of every month.

Special Restrictions: Open only to UH Hilo Students with Valid ID.

For more information, contact: uhhsac@hawaii.edu 808-974-7518

Tags: SAC Campus Center

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