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Clubs brave rain in search of new members

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City College students have the opportunity to join various clubs and student organizations during Club Day. Photo by ||Kate Paloy|| [email protected]
Despite cold weather and heavy rains, City College held  Club Day on the campus Quad, Tuesday, March 15.

Announcers spoke from a makeshift podium under the overhang of the Student Center, while club members tried to stay dry while manning their tables and recruiting new members. Many clubs were present, including Brown Issues, the Outdoors Club, the Chinese Culture Club and the Sacramento City Vietnamese Student Association.

Announcers drew attention to the food tables during lunch hour, where clubs sold quesadillas, nachos, fried rice and Vietnamese sandwiches to students and other club members. Food sales help clubs raise money and to generate student interest.

The Outdoors Club, in line with its name, braved the weather seeking new members. Outdoors members participate in kayaking, skiing, snowboarding and surfing trips with club membership providing transportation for all trips along with lessons in skiing and snowboarding.

In front of the Student Center, the Chinese Culture Club sold soda and fried rice. The club offers Chinese Movie nights, which club president, Robert Munoz, hopes will become a regular occurrence throughout the semester.

“You don’t have to be Chinese to join,” said Munoz, a biology major.

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Next to the Chinese Culture Club, Brown Issues sold quesadillas made on a portable stove. Brown Issues engages in a variety of community outreach efforts, addressing minority issues in the larger Sacramento area. Marisa Lara, the communications committee contact for Brown Issues, noted that with many of the concerns Brown Issues faces, there is never a quick fix.

However, Lara said that the club mission remains to “pinpoint problems in the community and evaluate the best possible solutions, and execute it.”

The Sacramento Vietnamese Student Association was also present, with a table with Vietnamese grilled pork sandwiches and water. The club has been present on campus for two semesters and participates in community festivals such as Tet Nguyen Dan, the Vietnamese new year celebration.

We seek to bring [a] Vietnamese voice to the school, and so people know us and our culture,” SVSA club president Gina Nguyen said

For more information on campus clubs and upcoming events, contact Student Leadership and Development at 558-2381.

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