As the 2019-2020 school year starts to pick up the pace, so do the extra-curricular activities that go along with it. With representatives from 34 clubs and interest groups and many other co-curriculars present, the recent club fair marked the first time students were exposed to all the opportunities for involvement at Notre Dame.
ND offers a wide range of cultural clubs that reflect the diversity of our student body––the South Asian Student Association (SASA), Muslim Student Association (MSA), Filipino Student Association (FSA), Latinas Unidas, Jewish Cultural Club, the Korean Club, the Vietnamese Student Association (VSA), and Chinese Cultural Club. These clubs are a great way to learn more about different cultures in fun and interesting ways. Later on in the year, these clubs also work together to present a Multicultural Showcase to share the fashion, food, and traditions from their respective communities.
Despite what some may think, the Associated Student Body (ASB) class or school council positions are not the only way for students to get involved at ND. Club officer positions are a great way to learn leadership/public speaking skills and to meet new people.