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A new school year brings new clubs and organizations, and this year there are even more ways for students to become connected and get involved. High school can be a tough place for many students to make friends, and clubs can be an outlet or way for students to become more involved on campus.

“I joined ASO [Arab Student Organization] because I saw the potential to meet a whole new side of my peers,” senior, Raneem Albosstani, said. “Once I joined, it became an outlet or way I could relieve stress.”

Whether you join or actually hold a position, clubs, including the new Asian Club and Sunny Club, have a lot to offer to every student.

“I recommend that if you are thinking of joining one to go for it because they allow students to prosper in a positive environment while embracing their individualism,” Raneem said. “I can’t even imagine how different my life would be now if I hadn’t have met the people I did through my clubs.”

One of the many new clubs offered this year is The Asian American Student’s Association (AASA). It is open to all students who are interested in learning about the heritage and traditions of Asian-Americans. The club will meet frequently and have guest speakers and food days. If students believe in spreading racial acceptance at school as well as in the community and hope to make friends and improve their leadership skills this is a club they should consider joining.

“The AASA will stand as a club that promotes diversity within a community and encompasses acceptance and promotion of any and all nationalities, not only Asian,” AASA president, David Li, said. “Anyone can join the AASA. Fellowship within the club is not only among Asian-Americans, but to every student that is interested in the club and learning more about Asian culture.”

The Sunny Club is also new and believes in spreading the message of positivity throughout the school and assisting teachers in any way possible.

“The purpose of Sunny is to provide assistance to our amazing teachers. Because they have done and are doing so much for us, we wanted to give them something in return,” Sunny Club Officer, May Nguyen, said. “We hope to be able to lessen their workload and stress as well as to give them more time to do other needed things.”

The Sunny Club is looking for students who are willing to offer help around the school for our teachers, and share positivity and motivation with other students.

“To better Sunny, I hope to find responsible students who are willing to take time during their off periods or after school to do something for our teachers,” May said. “I hope to find really motivated and energetic students too. With these kinds of students, I think this club can shine like the name of club.”

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