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Find your underground club

Find your underground club

The annual club fair on Sept. 16 at lunch promoted clubs to help students find their place, but some of the clubs stay on the down low. Although GSA and Best Buddies are popular clubs, students are missing out on some underground clubs if they don’t go beyond the traditional clubs.

“My time during lunch and the week is limited so I’m trying to be selective,” senior Thaddeus Brians said.

In all the chaos it’s hard to find which club is best with only so many days in the week. Here are some suggestions to help sort through the confusion.

Juggling club meets every Friday at lunch in the old gym. It’s a great chance to blow off some steam between juggling all of the homework, AP classes and sports. It doesn’t matter if students can juggle, everyone is encouraged to come out to learn.

“We’re teaching each other how to juggle and tricks,” Juggling Club advisor Andy Rosen said.

The club may not be the most popular right now, but they are planning to get the word out.

“We’ll have announcements on CHSTV and juggling around campus,” Rosen said.

For those who aren’t into juggling, the dedicated Robotics Club meets three times a week and encourages everyone to join.

“We are going to be building prototype robots,” co-president Andrew Allen said.

Robotics club will also be competing in S.T.E.M. (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics) and promised to be a lot of fun.

To the students who want their inventions to benefit the environment, another great club is Alternative Energy Organization (AEO).

“People should join because we make different devices to help the earth,” president Naeyeon Kim said.

AEO meets every Tuesday at lunch in room 2007.   Not only will it look good on college applications, but it is great for community service and learning how to live greener.

AEO is one of the many clubs that students can benefit from. All these clubs explode with excitement waiting to be discovered. Keep updated on current underground club events to stay involved and make this year a little more entertaining.

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