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Clubs on Campus

Which one is for you?

Konstantin Zhuk | Staff Writer
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features_interestingclubs_2_onlineStudent-run organizations are getting into gear for the semester already running full steam ahead. With the new addition of students at City College, a wider variety of clubs are becoming available for the ever-diverse City College.

According to Student Leadership and Development there are approximately 40 active clubs on campus. They range from a more social Sac City International Club to the physically active SCC Fencing Club.

“There are clubs for many needs and desires,” says animal science major and president of Sac City International Life Naomi Lam “If you don’t fit in any of the ethnic clubs, Sac City International Life is for you.”

One of the goals of Sac City International Life is to provide a friendly environment for students who would have difficulty creating friends elsewhere due to their language barrier, says Lam

“There are lots of international students in Sacramento and Sac City is one of the schools that has outreach to help international students,” says Lam.

Lam says that anyone is welcome to join the club and that it is not composed only of immigrants and international students.

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Many clubs meet primarily in a leisurely social environment, but others, like the SCC Fencing Club prefer interaction though physical competition.

“Ours is very much of an athletic club,” says president of the fencing club Stephan Crane.

While facing difficulties with a proper facility for the practices and tournaments, measures are being taken to collaborate with the administration of the college toward obtaining better learning environment for the sport.

“It’s really difficult to grow in sport if you cannot have a lot of consistent practice, and also have more formal instructional periods,” says Brian Gillespie, the club’s adviser and head coach.

History major and Fencing Club member Norman Wong, says he enjoys the uniqueness of the club apart from others.

“You really get to go against people,” says Wong, with a laugh.

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