Students check out club booths during club rush on sept 18.
Students check out club booths during club rush on sept 18.
David L. Wells

Club rushing the quad

City’s annual Club Rush Week took place from Sept. 17 to 20 at Gorton Quad. It was hosted by the Inner Club Council and Associated Student Government.

Several organizations and clubs on campus took part, hoping to gain attention from students and raise awareness for their causes.

Many of the clubs and organizations that take part in rush week offer access to internships and scholarships that students may no know are available.

According to ICC President Christian Avila, City has 36 official clubs and organizations.

President Avila also  expressed that he expects Rush Week to kick off a year full of events and club co-operation here on campus.

Many club representatives agreed, saying that they would like to coordinate and hold events that are sponsored by multiple organizations.

A reoccurring theme heard around the quad and booths was how these clubs and organizations help students get involved with not only their campus, but their community as well.

Clubs give students the chance to explore their interests outside of the classroom and offer many benefits to student looking to transfer.

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