Students run more than thirty clubs and organizations on campus, with meetings and activities announced at assembly. You can write for the school newspaper, El Batidor, participate in international exchanges through Round Square, or hatch chicks with the Chicken Club. Writing Dangerously is a club for aspiring scribblers, JSA and Model UN attract the politically and internationally active members of the campus, and Pandamonium is for fans of improv.
If you don’t find the club you want to join, just start one of your own. You just need to find an advisor and get student government approval.
Many clubs meet in the evening after dinner and before study hours. But club members stay in touch online and update the community frequently.