NEW CLUBS: Want to start your own graduate student club? SOGS’ Orientation and Social Committee (OSC) can help! Review and complete our new Clubs application process.
Love to read? SOGS Book Club hosts monthly meetings where you get to share the love of literature but also rant, vent, and commiserate over the hilariousness of some poorly written fiction. Membership is free.
Get in touch with the Book Club organizer, Celina De Lancey (email@example.com), if you have any questions.
Key words: Social, literary
The Inked Quill Guild: SOGS Chapter
Key words: creative, social
*The club is on hold due to current pandemic health and safety measures.
Are you a runner, or someone who wants to start running, but don’t want to do it alone? Consider joining the SOGS Running Club. Runners of all levels welcome!
If you’re interested in joining or want more information, please fill out our intake form here: https://tinyurl.com/sogs-running-club.
Get in touch with the Running Club organizer, Jarl Taxeras Flaten (firstname.lastname@example.org), if you have any questions.
Key words: health, social
WesternU Anti-Caste Club
Are you passionate about equality? Do you want to dismantle socio-cultural hierarchies? Join the WesternU Anti-Caste Club. The club meets monthly.
The club seeks to: host reading and discussion sessions of anti-caste literature; and advocate for equality claims of historically marginalized Dalit, Bahujan, and Adivasi (DBA) folx to be recognized; foreground the concerns of anti-caste movements across India, South Asia, as well as other regions further afield more broadly. The club aims to imbue WesternU with an anti-caste consciousness and ethics in the campus community.
Want to join the club? Get in touch with the Club chair, Sohini Chatterjee (email@example.com)
Key words: political, advocacy, social justice