The club’s of PCC put on the Spring Virtual Club Rush throughout March, displaying resilience amid the global pandemic.
Virtual Club Rush: Join a student club with just one click
This semester, Pasadena City College is hosting their first-ever virtual Club Rush. Due to the pandemic, Club Rush is different this year, and with just one-click students can join a club. Visiting the online Club Rush, found on PCC’s website, students will find videos of clubs, separated by different categories. The club leaders introduce themselves, and there is easy access to joining and contacting them. It’s very different from the usual scene of tables spread throughout PCC’s campus, and a lot of work went into …
PCC crushes the week with club rush
One after another, tables filled the quad of PCC; welcoming individuals with upbeat music, dancing, free goodies, and colorful snow cones to fight off the heat. In hopes to attract new club members, club rush week on campus allows students to gather and eat with their friends while wandering around to see if anything grasps their interest. With sign up sheet after signup sheet, surely there is a club for everyone.
PCC club week: Something for everyone
Music blasted from speakers set up by a DJ throughout PCC’s quad Thursday afternoon. Tables were lined up from end to end decorated with vibrant posters and flyers promoting themselves to the students who wandered through, eager to see what the next table had to offer.
Clubbing during Club Rush
As students walk through the center of the campus, they pass by aisles of booths on both sides, glancing over the eye-catching signs that consist of glitter-like substances and the colorful texts inscribed in each club’s posters. A variety of club’s merchandises consisting of sweatshirts and T-shirts are placed on the tables, along with an assortment of sugary treats scattered everywhere. Their ears are drawn to the salsa music playing in the background, and their eyes are directed towards the dancers lined up, dancing to …