Rio’s Club Rush brings over 20 clubs to explore on Sep. 4 and 5

Rio Hondo's annual Club Rush is here! Over 20 Clubs to join and explore. 

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Rio’s Club Rush brings over 20 clubs to explore on Sep. 4 and 5

Associated Student Service giving out raffle tickets for prizes on Sep. 4 and 5 that include a graphing calculator and a Amazon Tablet.

Associated Student Service giving out raffle tickets for prizes on Sep. 4 and 5 that include a graphing calculator and a Amazon Tablet.

Erika Suarez

Associated Student Service giving out raffle tickets for prizes on Sep. 4 and 5 that include a graphing calculator and a Amazon Tablet.

Erika Suarez

Erika Suarez

Associated Student Service giving out raffle tickets for prizes on Sep. 4 and 5 that include a graphing calculator and a Amazon Tablet.

 

Club Rush’s lively event presents you with Power 106. Bringing everyone together with Hip-Hop and captivating students with giveaways for Beyonce and Jay-Z’s On the Run II Tour.

Meanwhile, a Student Message Board of Hope is displayed to encourage students to write sincere words for those experiencing depression or anxiety. Anxiety disorders are one of the most common mental health problems on college campuses. Stop by and share some uplifting words.

Grab a Raffle ticket at the Associated Student Services Booth. Tomorrow’s prizes include an Amazon tablet if you get 5 stamps from visiting one of the clubs. A snazzy tablet will save you money from hitting the bookstore for textbooks.

Among various clubs, there is the Rio Hondo New Music Collective. A new club involved with music of course. You won’t miss their president, Jazzy Wysocki, owning her pink colored hair and welcoming personality.

New Music Collective had more than a page of contacts from students interested in the club. Their main goal is to bring the music program to light and spark student’s interests who are unfamiliar with the music realm.

“Essentially, we had the idea of collectively coming together as musicians of all skill levels, no experience to highly experience. In a way that brings all of our music tastes and techniques to fruition,” says Wysocki.

At last, ending the day with Korean tacos from the Kogi Truck. Located on the grass by the Wray Theatre. Most known for their Korean Short Rib Taco and vegan options. The truck will be on campus both days of Club Rush as well.

Club Rush will begin 11am-2pm on Sept. 4 and 5.

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