WUChurn, Washington University’s butter churning society, has been an occasional talking point on WashU admission tours. However, the club, which was founded in 2016, no longer existed by 2019.
With the Activities Fair comes an influx of new club members, and with new members comes tha age-old question: how do clubs make sure they are inclusive of everyone who wants to join?
Joining a club provides you with an instant community of people with common interests, which can be a vital source of support throughout your college career.
The number of groups at the activities fair is enough to span the entire perimeter of Mudd Field, so letting rejection from just one discourage you from joining any others is pointless.
I have diagnosed myself with Fear of Doing Things, FODT. FODT is the unsexy cousin of FOMO (Fear of Missing Out). She is almost as unappealing linguistically as she is in practice.
Out of pure frustration, he looked to create a club in which he could find the meaningful social atmosphere he yearned for throughout his freshman year. He knew it didn’t make sense—one person trying to create a social club just didn’t add up.
“Be not afraid of activities: some are born to do activities, some achieve certain activities, and some have activities thrust upon us.” These are the wise (slightly tweaked) words of William Shakespeare. As you may well know, Wash. U.’s activity fair is approaching this Wednesday, Sept. 5, in Brookings Quadrangle.
For those of you who are convinced there is no excitement to be had in St. Louis, think again; all you need is a little spontaneity. And, of course, being 21 certainly doesn’t hurt.
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