By Christopher Hartwell @SILIENCESEEN
Music filled the air with a steady rhythm of bass beats all while clubs competed for the attention of the masses. Club day this year had a collection of different events and entertainment hosted by a variety of clubs.
The annual get-together was aimed at showcasing the variety of student clubs available at Las Positas, ranging from Engineering Club to Social Justice Club to many more.
Rajiv Vijayakumar, a third year mechanical engineering major in the Performing Arts Club had some advise for those not active in clubs.
He advised that students should join various clubs and get experience. “See what (students) can do rather than just stick to their major,” said Vijayakumar.
Another club present was Ballroom Dance Club, a club who wants to teach people about the joys and grace of ballroom dancing.
One of the club members, Amber Hill a second year theater arts major, wanted people to know about the clubs goals. She said, “Our goal is to teach people the art of ballroom in a fun and modern yet very classic way.”
“We are free, these classes are supposed to be so much money, and we have this free. It’s a free dance class for people to use.”
Brittaney Asterino, a third year Nursing major and president of the biology club knows that while it may be hard to balance school life and club duties, it is well worth it.
Asterino wants people to know that club life is important, which is clear as she said “We try to balance between fun and bonding and academics.”