Aug 262010
 
Authors: Hannah Elfin

Getting involved in student organizations is even easier this year with Student Leadership, Involvement and Community Engagement’s new online social networking website.

By accessing www.ramlink.colostate.edu, anyone interested in getting involved in a student organization can create a profile to make finding clubs to fit their interests quick and simple.

New Clubs You Should Know About

Hygiene for Humanity
Officer: Chris Counts

Check out them out online: www.hygiene4humanity.org or check them out on Facebook
Counts started the organization last fall after volunteering at a local food bank.

The experience, he said, showed him the need for basic toiletries even in our own community. In just a year, Hygiene for Humanity has gone global. With two new programs aimed at Global Rehydration and Community Health Improvement, this CSU organization is educating impoverished and orphaned children in Africa about hygiene and nutrition.

Argentine Tango Club
Officer: Arielle Donnelly-Mckim

Tango club is perfect for anyone interested in learning a new and exotic form of social dance. The club is comprised of weekly lessons to master dance skills and the occasional promotional performance around Fort Collins. Going into its second semester as a club on campus, this new organization is looking to host a Milonga, or a formal dance specifically for tango.

The Undie Run
*Officer: *Chandler Stewart

The infamous undie runners have broadened their horizons and created an organization on campus. The Undie Run Organization is responsible for almost all logistics behind everyone’s favorite streaking event. They are working to help out where they can by maximizing the clothing donations and beating last year’s 50 boxes of clothes, which were donated to Haitian earthquake relief efforts.

Humans Vs. Zombies
Officer: Sam Lewis

The memorable tag spin-off game is back this year, with two week-long games planned and several day-long games planned for the fall and spring semester. Grab your bandana and socks and play Zombie tag with hundreds of people at any of the upcoming games.

Staff writer Hannah Eflin can be reached at news@collegian.com.

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