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Annual club rush attracts students looking to get involved

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Forty two clubs signed up new members at the annual Club Rush, held on August 30 and 31 at the End Zone.

On August 30, two clubs performed under the gazebo, the Polynesian Club and Korean Club. The following day the Black Student Union had performed also. These clubs and other clubs participate at our two big events that happen at Lincoln: the Homecoming Carnival and International Night, where they perform and sell food.

Its still not late to join; these clubs are unique, beneficial, and enjoyable. It looks good in college applications, you get to make long lasting friends and great memories. Don’t be shy to go out there and shine, be part of a club or as many clubs you want to be part of.

To get more information for the clubs go to the student service center located at the end zone.

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