Club Rush

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Club Rush

College of the Sequoia's Pride Club talk with students about their club.

College of the Sequoia's Pride Club talk with students about their club.

Melodie AubinElliott

College of the Sequoia's Pride Club talk with students about their club.

Melodie AubinElliott

Melodie AubinElliott

College of the Sequoia's Pride Club talk with students about their club.

Skyler Singsouvanny, Photographer

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The students of COS had the opportunity to browse from more than 15 clubs during Tuesday’s Club Rush.

The event took place out in the COS Quad on Feb. 7 and was a way for students to get to know the various extracurricular activities on campus. There were clubs for, but not only for, Christians, non- Christians,  political enthusiasts, leaning left or right, and clubs for people looking to pass the time doing what they love.

Clubs like B-Stars,  which promotes diversity and bringing aid to the community, honor society and community service provider Alpha Gamma Sigma (AGS).  Even the Tennis Club was introducing themselves to potential members.

Rehabilitation, veterans, literature clubs,  like the Quill Club for creative writing and the Book Club for readers of all kinds.

Club Rush isn’t the only time to get information about clubs.

There’s descriptions on the COS website under clubs and organizations and all clubs welcome students to drop in on their meetings to see what being part of the group is like.

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