There is a new club on the University of Connecticut Storrs campus that will allow students to donate money to charity while playing the popular game Mario Kart, according to founder and seventh-semester biology major Christina Budzinski.
Even before asking my first question, I could tell the University of Connecticut Queer Asians and Allies (QAA) club must be a welcoming community, if all its members are as kind as QAA President Esther Shao and Vice President Matthew Wan.
The club has only about 20 members, but that doesn’t mean they don’t make great costumes, according to Costume Club President Jon Russo, a fifth-semester sustainable plant and soil systems and agriculture and natural resources double major.
University of Connecticut students have started a chapter of Fridays for Future, an international environmental student movement dedicated to holding governments accountable for addressing climate change.
From brand-new clubs like the Cooking Club to larger, well-known organizations like PIRG and SUBOG, the Fall Involvement Fair allowed students to find a group that allowed them to have fun, serve their community, connect with people in their major and much more.
The members of the UConn Snowman Appreciation Club (USAC) formed a club to recreate the childhood joy of building a snowman as a kid. You can join them on the Student Union lawn this winter to build your own Frosty or Olaf.