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Club Rush Showcases Wilson’s Diversity

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 Associated Student Body (ASB) hosted its annual Club Rush to introduce new Wildcats to the school’s diverse interests on Sept. 13 and 14.

 To prepare, ASB held an Inter-Clubs Council meeting, and each club created unique handouts to entice the student body to join.

 According to ASB advisor Patricia Brancoiner-Habash, Club Rush provided students with an opportunity to find their  interests.

  “Our goal is to get as many students to join a club as they see fit, because Club Rush is a great [way] for students to discover a passion,” Habash said.

 In addition, ASB Head of Clubs senior Isabella Cao believes that, despite its chaotic environment, Club Rush is a beneficial event.    

 “Every year, there is always a lot going on, from the music to the number of booths,” Cao said. “[However, Club Rush] is still fun and a good representation of Wilson.”

Furthermore, freshman Justin Huh enjoyed club rush because of the spirit and camaraderie each club demonstrated.

 “Club Rush was a great [experience], because I could tell that everyone was extremely passionate about the [organizations] that they were in,” Huh said. “It shows that there are many opportunities to [explore] different interests.”

The next ASB event is Homecoming on Oct. 13 at 7 P.M.

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