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ROUNDUP: February 27, 2018

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Right: From Left to Right Martha Cejudo, Deputy Lazaro Sanchez and Joceline Valdez at The Veterinay Sciences Club during Club Rush at Pierce College. Photo by Sonia Gurrola.

Below: From Left to Right Ralph Walker , Amanda Harris and Scott Haley At the Dance Club, dancing at Club Rush at Pierce College. Photo by Sonia Gurrola.

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ancing, gaming, politics and farming are some of the many fields that Pierce clubs offer. The Associated Students Organization (ASO) held its two-day Club Rush on Feb. 20 and 21, where students were introduced to the various clubs offered. Students learned about the clubs, met current members and signed up to attend future meetings. Besides sports and school related events, clubs are one of the ways to get involved at school, to share ideas with others and to make friends outside of the classroom. Visit the ASO Clubs page on the Pierce College website to view club descriptions and the times and locations when the clubs meet. Middle: The Brahma Bull signing “The Free Speech Ball� during Club Rush at Pierce College. Photo by Sonia Gurrola.

Photos by Christopher Torres, Sonia Gurrola and Chelsea Westman Copy by Angelica Lopez

Right: Students walk down The Mall during Club Rush at Pierce College. Photo by Chelsea Westman.

Far Left: Chair of the Social and Cultural Committee for the Associated Student Organization at Pierce College, plays Connect Four outside of their club booth in the mall for Club Rush at Pierce College. Photo by Christopher Torres.

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