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Clubby Clubs and Superhero Trash Stars

September 07, 2005

So I'm making a sincere effort to get involved with campus activities this year. So far I've joined The Setonian and gotten my first article assignment (I'm covering Morgan Spurlock's appearance next month - ROCK ON!). I signed up for next Saturday's Labor of Love because I believe that giving back to the world is an excellent way to say thanks for the blessings in your life. And, most recently, today I joined the SHU Recycling Team! Yay! My friend Kevin and I will be collecting the recycling bins in Maura Hall once a week so no spitting in the containers or leaving big yucky bugs behind 'em and stuff.

Are there any other rockin' clubs on campus to which I could devote my time? Anyone belong to any cool clubs they want to recommend? I want to join crazy clubs like rock-climbing or canoeing or free-for-all poetry slamming... you know, stuff like that? If I try to start a SHU knitting club will anyone join???

Moira at 02:33 PM :: Comments (5) :: ::

Oooh! I'll join the SHU knitting club! Unless I'm forbidden to do so since I no longer have an SHU e-mail address.

(Also, I'm learning how to crochet this weekend, so perhaps the next time we meet up we can have crochet-fest.)

OH YES... I want to plan a night for you, Chelsea, Kim, and myself to go out (Red Star, perhaps?). What does your schedule look like NEXT week? How's your Thursday and/or Friday?

Posted by: Kate Cielinski at September 7, 2005 05:27 PM

I'm still going to start a GSA here. I just need an advisor. So much to do... so little time!

Posted by: Evan at September 7, 2005 07:27 PM

Kate! Rock on, you BETTER join the knitting team! Thursdays are generally bad, Fridays are generally good. ;c) Good luck with your crocheting!

Evan - I'll join. Anything that encourages diversity is cool with me! ;c)

Posted by: moira at September 8, 2005 12:48 PM

SHU lured me in with promises of a fencing club but they've yet to deliver!

I'm doing Labor of Love as well. It's mandatory in my Thinking/Writing class. I was quite excited to clean St. Joseph's chapel because cleaning is something I can do quite nicely. But alas, I found out that we didn't even get to choose. It'll be Habitat for Humanity for me. What do I know about cutting wood and electrical wiring?

Posted by: Kayla Sawyer at September 8, 2005 07:50 PM

Oooh.. a fencing club would be fun! I fenced once upon a time at St. Vincent for some kid's program and I love it! I'm doing the Labor of Love just for the heck of it... I chose the soup kitchen in Pittsburgh or Westmoreland food bank as my second pick. And, hey Kayla, you might have fun with heavy equipment and sharp objects... you never know! ;c)

Posted by: moira at September 9, 2005 10:50 AM
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