Campus clubs come together to gain City College student’s interest

 

Photo story By Franchon Smith Contributor to the Guardsman
Photo story By Franchon Smith
Contributor to the Guardsman
Photo story By Franchon Smith Contributor to the Guardsman
Photo story By Franchon Smith
Contributor to the Guardsman
During the Associated Students sponsored Unity Day held Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015, Student Health Services staff members George Martiniano, Jr. (l) and Jonathan Li (r) speak to nursing student Melanie Larkin about the services offered to students, staff and faculty. Photo story By Franchon Smith Contributor to the Guardsman
During the Associated Students sponsored Unity Day held Wednesday, Feb.
25, 2015, Student Health Services staff members George Martiniano, Jr. (l) and Jonathan Li (r) speak to nursing student Melanie Larkin about the services offered to students, staff and faculty. Photo story By Franchon Smith
Contributor to the Guardsman

Photo story By Franchon Smith

Contributor to the Guardsman

The Associated Students Union hosted their biannual Unity Day on Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015. Unity Day is a prime opportunity for the clubs and organizations to recruit members.

At this year’s event, students showed up for the free food giveaway, dance performances, impromptu line dancing and demonstrations presented by the math club, engi- neering and science clubs. The clubs represent a wide range of interests,

including ones structured around academics, religion, culture, sports, military and health. Of the 52 reg- istered campus clubs, approximately 45 – 50 were in attendance accord- ing to Inter Club Council Assistant, Kelly Kuang.

The Associated Students offered free tacos to participants who filled out the survey, which asked stu- dents to provide information about 3 clubs. After retrieving the club information, the students would

turn the survey back to the Associ- ated Students booth, then received a ticket that would be redeemed for a free taco. Ms. Kuang also stated that out of 300 surveys, A.S received about 250 in return.

Students interested in joining any of the 42 registered clubs at City College can contact the Inter Club Council through Student Activities at ICC@mail.ccsf.edu, 1-415-239- 3872 or visit the ICC office located in Room 209 in the Student Union.

Photo story By Franchon Smith

Contributor to the Guardsman

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