Last Friday, Simon's Rock hosted its club fair to introduce its students to what their extracurricular options are this semester. The Weekly Cad went around and asked each club to write a pitch for us, in case any students weren't able to come. This is what the club leaders said:
The Robotics Club is for anyone who is interested in making robotics or understanding the fundamentals of it. We plan on creating structures, whether it is basic or advanced. We might in the future compete in competitions. Prutha and Kacey, founders of the club, have been competing for several years and have a lot of experience in it. We might start off with simple projects to help around campus. Help us mold this club into something you might want to be apart of.
CEI (Council for Equity and Inclusion)
CEI handles marginalization on campus through meetings, events, symposiums, bias response, and more. Come to meetings or reach out!
SRC student news, journalism, writing, and music on the soon-to-launch local radio station.
Competition team discussing issues of modern ethics. (It’s like debate club for grown-ups)
We get weapons. We hit each other.
Computer Science Club
Women in Tech
Women in Tech strives to close the diversity gap in tech! A supportive community of motivated individuals! Come to a meeting to learn more about courses at SR, internships, workshops, local tech events + more! All are welcome!
We are communists pushing for social justice and the end of capitalism. You have nothing to lose but your student debt.
Actors, comedians, and newcomers welcome! Come to Improv Club to play some games, have fun, and laugh.
Slam Poetry Club
Simon’s Slam is a rad league of talented performers who not only get together in order to workshop technique but also to perform in poetic competitions!
Movie Appreciation Club
We are the Movie Appreciation Club and we eat snacks and watch movies.
Become an Emergency Medical Responder. Learn to save lives and eat cake! Contact email@example.com
Come slay people and have no consequences!
We play with chickens. They’re a hoot.
It’s going to be a lot better than last year and we’re going to be a lot more engaged with our members!
Rubix Cube Club
If you want to learn how to solve a Rubix cube come to our club!
Come learn about how you can pursue a future in medicine.
Autism Support Group
The Autism Support Group meets weekly on Saturdays from 6:00 p.m.-7: 00 p.m. in the Meditation Room. ASG provides a safe space for those on the spectrum as well as bring awareness and advocacy for autistic people.
Come experience new music and meet new people! (Date and time TBD)
The Performance Club
The Performance Club holds monthly music recitals open to all students interested- open to all levels and types of music.
The International Club
The International Club is a community of students, staff, and teachers from all over the world-- including Massachusetts-- where we eat good food and talk about home!
Teaching Music Club
If you are willing to teach local kids or SR students who wish to learn how to play instruments please join our club! (also people who wanna learn instruments please join too!
Bob Ross Club
Bob Ross Club is an art therapy session. Take a break from studying and paint! No prior experience required and all materials are provided! Meetings are on Sundays at 4 p.m.
A fun, free place to lose control and let it all go. --With a small production for friends and fam at the end of the semester. We are so excited to have fun with you guys!!
Student Stages puts on a musical every year and this year we’re doing Mamma Mia and we want you! We’re looking for actors, techies, crew and more. It’s a super low-pressure environment where we have fun with other theater people!
You guessed it! O.R.C.A stands for Organizing Rockers for Civic Action. We love being aware of what is happening in the world of politics and encourage the same enthusiasm among our peers. On a serious note, civic engagement is and always will be important no matter how much you lack faith in the electoral college. We believe in voting! We enjoy taking off-campus trips to canvas for local candidates! We love hosting workshops where we bore you by talking about the government and how it works! Most importantly, in my very humble opinion, we pre-register Rockers to vote. The 2020 presidential election is important (as well as all of the others). So, join O.R.C.A today!
(I could not get a definite answer about what exactly Uncertainty Club was. To my knowledge, they've already sent out an mail with the time and place of club meeting to their members. They were, at least, certain about that).
Winnie Marion and Khalilah Asaka
Winnie Marion is the Co-Founder, Editor, and Communications Director of The Weekly Cad. Khalilah Asaka is a writer, editor, and the Master Transcriber of The Weekly Cad.