By VICTORIA ALVAREZ & BARBARA CALIXTE
Editor-In-Chief and Web Editor
Lynn offers a variety of clubs and organizations to get involved with on campus.
Whether a student is looking to make friends, be active or find people that share the same interest, Lynn offers it all.
Being involved at Lynn is very vital to a student’s college years, with numerous clubs on campus, students are bound to find something that interests them.
“In my freshmen year, I joined Theta Phi Alpha and was able to not only meet some of my best friends but also gain many leadership skills that have allowed me to become a student leader on campus,” said Jacqueline McAlister, senior.
Since her freshman year, McAlister has studied abroad three times, been president of Theta Phi Alpha and is now a resident assistant in Lynn Residence Hall. She believes that she owes her entire college experience to her involvement on campus.
Being involved means more than just making friends. It is about forming relationships, creating connections and making a difference. Various clubs and organizations at Lynn do more than just hold meetings. They host events, work with other clubs and even get involved in the local community.
There are countless amounts of clubs and organizations here on campus right at the fingertips of students.
If one is interested in a life-long sisterhood or brotherhood, they can join one of the sororities or fraternities on campus. On the other hand, if a student is interested in the technological or broadcasting side of journalism, they can join the National Broadcasting Society or iPulse. But, it does not just end there. If a student is interested in conducting or making events happen around campus, the Student Activities Board is just the place to consider.
Due to the fact that Lynn is so diverse, the clubs and organizations encompass many different interests and passions.
“Getting involved on campus with clubs and organizations is what makes your college experience,” said Tyler Bean, sophomore. “The people you join clubs with become more than just your classmates, but your closest friends as well.”