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Friday, August 14, 2020

Can’t decide? Welcome to the club

Alabaster white pop up tents draped with multicolored pennants and posters line the pathway of the Pierce College Mall inviting students to discover different school clubs.

On Sept. 12 and 13 the Associated Student Organization (ASO) sponsored their biannual Club Rush event that gave students an opportunity to make connections with their peers who share similar interests.

Students Against Student Hunger (ST.A.S.H), the Mule Packing Team and Anthropology Club were among many of the booths offering information and answering questions for prospective members.

Some booth brought their own props to accent their club and enhance their display. ASO had a wheel that students could spin to win prizes, such as candy, pencils, wristbands lanyards. The Mule Packing Team also brought a horse mannequin that team members use to learn how to approach animals safely.

Club Rush will return in the Spring 2019 semester.

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