Club Day offers culture for La Jolla High students

V.A.C.H.I. Club works to stop hazing and hate.

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Photo by Giovanni Moujaes and Daniel Hamilton

On Sept. 21, La Jolla High School’s various student organizations commenced their annual registration effort, dubbed Club Day. Hundreds walked around the Viking quad, some for the free food, but most to find a club of interest or something they could relate to.

From anti-hate and mock trial groups to longboarding and noteworthy music, there was a club that suited a variety of passions. Regardless of the objective, each one helped to raise the moral of the students and brought a little more culture to the campus at LJHS.

— By Giovanni Moujaes

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