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Club & Organization Descriptions

 

African Student Association

The African culture has enriched society with a wide range of enduring contributions in music, cuisine, dance and many other areas of the human experience. The African Student Association was founded to expose others to the African culture, customs and traditions, which go beyond what is shown by the media, and to educate members about each other’s culture. The club has held fundraising Movie Nights on African themes and in 2014 hosted an African Night/Memorial for Nelson Mandela.

Contacts:
Ngozi Onyia, 845-574-4792, nonyia@sunyrockland.edu
Nathaniel Williams, 845-574-4493, nwillia2@sunyrockland.edu

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Alpha Beta Gamma - Beta Xi Chapter

Business leaders know the value of serving others. RCC’s chapter of Alpha Beta Gamma, the business honor society, has embraced that credo. Club members volunteer for community events like the Good Samaritan Blood Drive, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Light the Night Walk, Walk for Domestic Abuse, and a toy drive for underprivileged kids. They expand their knowledge of the corporate world with visits to places like the Museum of American Finance on Wall Street. Guest speakers from the local business community offer first-hand insights and advice.

Contact:
Martin Lecker, 845-574-4583, mlecker@sunyrockland.edu

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Art Club

The Art Club is for those who love to view and make art. Each semester trips are sponsored to various museums and galleries both in NYC and locally. The club also sponsors an exhibit of student art work annually at RCC. Plans are developing for a group exhibit at a venue in Nyack and a trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Hopper House gallery. Recent charitable events have included selling handmade bowls and homemade soup, raising $1,400 to benefit the soup kitchen at Christ Church in Suffern. So if you love art and want to make friends with other art lovers, join the Art Club!

Contact:
Brooke Evans, 845-574-4773, bevans@sunyrockland.edu

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Asian Club

The Asian continent is vast and diverse, spanning a multitude of ethnic groups and cultures. Asian Club members share this rich culture and tradition and learn about Asians’ prolific contributions to society. Members interact with fellow Asians in the community by attending meetings of Asian cultural associations and educational seminars. They also help one another with school difficulties through tutoring sessions, and assist those who want to learn Asian languages.

Contact:
Dr. Liya Li, 845-574-4733, lli@sunyrockland.edu

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Beta Beta Beta

Beta Beta Beta provides opportunities for students to develop their interests in the wide-ranging field of biology. Members are encouraged to participate in research activities and have presented their findings at such recognized events as the SUNY Innovative Exploration Forum and the Beta Beta Beta NE-1 District Convention. Members also select their own field trips and community service activities, such as the Body Worlds Exhibition in NYC and Earth Day events. At meetings, scholarly journals in various biological topics are read and discussed.

Contact:
Thomas Butler, 845-574-4257, tbutler@sunyrockland.edu

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Black Student Union

Join the Black Student Union (BSU) and help raise awareness of, and find solutions to, cultural/social/political issues of consequence to the African American community and members of the African Diaspora as a whole. The BSU sponsors events and programs on topics such as: AIDS Awareness, diversity in comic books and animation, Hip-Hop culture, jazz and classical music, film screenings, open mic rap and poetry, and basketball tournaments. In its commitment to the campus and greater community, the club undertakes service projects including fundraising for DKMS Americas, World Book Night, The Breakfast Club, Stop and Frisk information cards, and canned food collection for the hungry.

Contacts:
Dr. Shamika Mitchell, 845-574-4162, smitchel@sunyrockland.edu
Prof. Rhonney Grant, 845-574-4520, rgrant2@sunyrockland.edu

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Campus Players

RCC Campus Players provides a creative outlet for students to participate in and enjoy activities as performing artists. Students perform in a variety of dance, music and theater events on campus and in the community, and benefit by exploring their creative selves and enhancing the quality of the cultural life of the college. Campus Players can help students develop self-expression and self-discipline, and build confidence, creativity and communications skills.

Contact:
Prof. Patty Maloney-Titland, 845-574-4380, ptitland@sunyrockland.edu

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Chemistry Club

Join the Chemistry Club and learn how to make cool stuff like Silly Putty and oobleck, the ooze-like fluid from Dr. Seuss fame. The club holds discussions and experiments to explain and demonstrate chemistry’s impact on everyday life. The club also participates in the Science Lecture series and demos during National Chemistry Week, and its chapter affiliation with the American Chemical Society gives members access to a wealth of information on schools, jobs and chemistry as well as entrée to local, regional and national lectures, symposia and meetings they can attend.

Contact:
Dr. Adessa Butler, 845-574-4094; abutler3@sunyrockland.edu

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Chess Club

Whether you’re an advanced player looking to refine skills or a novice hoping to develop them, the Chess Club can help improve your game. Have fun, be challenged, and learn or polish skills, such as strategizing and thinking ahead, which are useful in life as well as on the chessboard. While most meetings are spent playing chess, the club also holds periodic tournaments on campus and co-sponsors the popular annual Chess Event, in which an International Grandmaster plays up to 25 individuals simultaneously.

Contacts:
Peter Arvanites, 845-574-4767, parvanit@sunyrockland.edu
Janna Liberant, 845-574-4513, jliberan@sunyrockland.edu

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Christian Fellowship

The fellowship invites students to deepen and strengthen their spiritual life with Bible study and prayer, emphasizing the need of daily commitment to Christ. The club, which is interdenominational, offers students training in following God’s calling in their lives whether in a religious vocation or a secular setting, and provides an opportunity to enter a personal relationship with Christ. Come share the good news with weekly Bible studies, Mass and other activities.

Contact:
Michael VerSchneider, 845-574-4531, mverschn@sunyrockland.edu

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Criminal Justice Club

The Criminal Justice Club gives RCC students an opportunity to advance their practical knowledge and understanding of criminal justice beyond the scope of classroom work. The aim is to further educate students through hands-on experience and exploration of the criminal justice field, illustrating theories with real-world examples. This is accomplished through field trips, community service and other activities. The club’s programs may benefit not only club members but any student attending RCC.

Contact:
Clifford Ader, 845-574-4210, cader@sunyrockland.edu

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Dance Club

Unleash your inner Fred Astaire or Ginger Rogers and join the Dance Club! Learn and have fun with different styles of dances as choreographers, teachers and performers instruct you in the vibrant art of moving your feet rhythmically to music. Get in step and don’t miss your opportunity to cut the rug in campus dance events, including the Annual Spring Dance Concert. Learn from exciting guest speakers such as professional choreographers, performers and teachers at Dance Club workshops.

Contact:
Robert Rabin, 845-574-4471, rrabin@sunyrockland.edu

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DFM Fashion Club

Join the DFM Fashion Club and learn about the dynamic world of modeling and fashion show production. The club runs weekly rehearsals giving instruction on modeling techniques, hair, make­up, fashion show etiquette, sponsorship participation, and marketing and show production. If you’re looking to express your fashion ideas and creativity, look no further than the DFM Fashion Club. Seize the opportunity to strut your stuff at club ­sponsored events like the Spring Beauty Show and Winter Fantasy Show.

Contact:
Dr. Roger Davis, 845-­574-­4280, rdavis7@sunyrockland.edu

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Entrepreneurs Club

The Entrepreneurs Club provides students with practical tools, resources and advice from real entrepreneurs and networking opportunities. Students may participate in entrepreneurial contests both on and off campus. Students can learn how to start their own business, foster and develop ideas, strengthen their self-confidence, understand American business enterprise, contribute to the improvement of home, business and community, practice efficient money management and establish occupational goals. The club has held seminars on investing, welcomed speakers from major companies, and visited the Museum of Finance in New York.

Contact:
George Repic, 845-574-4368, grepic@sunyrockland.edu

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Filipinos United

Founded in 2009, Filipinos United seeks to promote Filipino culture within the RCC community while also contributing to relief efforts for natural disasters in the Philippines and neighboring regions. Those efforts include Typhoon Ondoy, the earthquake/tsunami in Japan, and the club’s current project, Typhoon Yolanda/Haiyan. Past fund-raising events have included music showcases featuring popular YouTube artists, an open mic session, and a video game tournament. The club offers a friendly environment for meeting new people and welcomes everyone.

Contact:
Jon Jon Chua, 845-574-4406, jchua@sunyrockland.edu

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Gay Straight Alliance

The mission of the GSA is to create a safe, welcoming and accepting school environment for all people regardless of one’s sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, race or religion. The Alliance hosts interactive activities on and off campus that help educate fellow students on issues regarding hate, discrimination and human rights. The club has performed Moises Kaufmann’s The Laramie Project in the Cultural Arts Theater, and has sent student delegations to the annual Northeast LGBT Conference. In October 2014 the GSA and the English department co-sponsored an event titled Sex(uality) and the City. A panel of LGBT authors who live in and write about NYC was joined by several RCC students for readings from their latest work, followed by a Q&A session.

Contacts:
Dr. Katherine Lynch, 845-574-4743, klynch8@sunyrockland.edu
Dr. Joanna Lackey, 845-474-4355, jlackey@sunyrockland.edu

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Haitian Club

The Haitian Club promotes awareness and understanding of the Haitian people and diaspora. The club expresses Haitian voices through art, history, music and food and other aspects of Haitian culture. The club’s keynote program is the annual Haitian Heritage Month held each April. Club members get satisfaction and personal reward by dedicating themselves to community events and activities and advancing the progress of the Haitian people. The club is open to all people of all backgrounds.

Contact:
Elizabeth Solages, 845-574-4322, esolages@sunyrockland.edu

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Hillel

Hillel at RCC is a chapter of a national organization for Jewish college students. Hillel offers a welcoming, positive and fun environment for students to interact and learn about Jewish heritage. Recent activities included a trip to New York City to participate in a national collegiate Shabbaton; a Jewish Student Leadership Institute; volunteering at a local food pantry; holiday art workshops and a weekend trip to SUNY New Paltz.

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Contacts:
Rabbi Dov Oliver, 845-574-4422, doliver@sunyrockland.edu

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Improvisation Club

Not everyone can do stand-up like Seinfeld or drama like Streep, but all can improve their “improv” skills. The Improvisational Club offers fun ways to help students with their public speaking, spontaneity and on-the-spot thinking, and provides tips on acting techniques as well. These aims are accomplished through theater games, acting exercises, and performing in front of one’s peers. If you want to perform better before large groups or simply come out of your shell, the Improvisational Club welcomes you!

Contact:
Christopher Plummer, 845-574-4471, cplummer@sunyrockland.edu

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International Club

The RCC student body represents a diverse spectrum of cultures and nationalities, with more than 250 international students. The club fosters greater awareness of these many cultures by encouraging members to participate in myriad social activities on campus, such as the Thanksgiving Luncheon for International Students, off-campus sponsored cultural trips to places like Ellis Island and the Culinary Institute of America, the annual Rockland County Food Drive, and other activities as planned. Being exposed to these cultural differences builds a fellowship among students and faculty and promotes a peaceful atmosphere in the school community.

Contact:
Jeanette Geller, 845-574-4577, jgeller@sunyrockland.edu

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Japan Club

Japan’s outsized influence around the world dwarfs its relatively small population. Japan is a global leader in electronics, green technology, eco-friendly cars, biomedical research and robotics, and its food is popular the world over. The Japan Club was formed to provide a place for Japanese students to feel at home. But you don't have to be Japanese to join! The club welcomes non-Japanese students to participate in Japanese-style activities, watch Japanese films, enjoy Japanese food, celebrate Japanese holidays and have fun with Japanese language, as you enter this gateway to Japanese culture.

Contact:
Kaoru Miyauchi, 845-574-4336, kmiyauch@sunyrockland.edu

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Occupational Therapy Association

The Student Occupational Therapy Association is an active organization that serves many purposes. The club facilitates communication between students and faculty; assists in the development of professional behavior; enhances knowledge of the profession; and promotes awareness of occupational therapy in the College and wider community. Students participate in advocacy events such as the College food drive, Autism Walk, Occupational Therapy Month demonstration, and volunteering at local community organizations.

Contact:
Donna Knoebel, 845-574-4028, dknoebel@sunyrockland.edu

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Organic Gardening Club

The club uses its organic garden as a living classroom and source of freshly grown, organic food. Learn how to grow your own organic food and increase sustainability. The club does lots of neat stuff, including Solar Oven cooking of vegetarian fare for Earth Day and Spring Fest, working with Americorps volunteers in the summer, giving garden tours to school groups, and nurturing vegetables and herbs in the Hydroponics Tower. It’s fun and rewarding to dig, plant, water, weed, and get your hands dirty in the garden!

Contact:
Kevin Rapelye, 845-574-4255, krapelye@sunyrockland.edu

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Outlook

Join the award-winning Outlook Student Press and get hands-on learning experience in journalism and other fields relating to the production of a biweekly newspaper. Report on news and items of interest to the campus community. Contribute to the free flow of ideas and robust debate that thrive on college campuses and across America. Outlook recently won a Region I Mark of Excellence award in the Best All-Around Newspaper category for the fifth straight year.

Contact:
Robert Fuentes, 845-574-4359, rfuentes@sunyrockland.edu

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Photography Club

If you appreciate fine photography and wish to learn more about this fascinating art, the Photography Club may be for you. The club makes regular trips to photographic art exhibitions at NYC galleries and museums, and schedules engaging guest speakers from the world of professional photography. Learn tips for upgrading your photos skills and see your work recognized and exhibited on campus. Everyone is welcome, photo and non-photo majors alike.

Contact:
Lili Grady, 845-574-4773, lgrady@sunyrockland.edu

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Physics Club

Physics is indispensable to understanding how the universe behaves. Renowned physicists such as Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein and Marie Curie made ground-breaking discoveries that advanced human progress. The Physics Club encourages exploration into the field of physics through experiments conducted in a safe, controlled and supervised environment. The club also offers trips to science museums and laboratories at selected universities, arranges visits from experts in the field, and holds other activities – such as pizza lunch discussions of current topics in physics – that provide an enjoyable understanding of the discipline.

Contact:
Dr. Victor Coronel, 845-574-4509, vcoronel@sunyrockland.edu

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Poetry Club

Have you ever wanted to voice your creative impulse through verse? The Poetry Club exposes students to different styles of poetry, gives members freedom to express themselves through a graceful literary art, and promotes sharing and healing through the power of the spoken word. The club encourages aspiring poets through events such as Open Mic on campus, the Poetry Slam, and attending poetry readings.

Contact:
Maureen Brown, 845-574-4357; mbrown@sunyrockland.edu

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Political Science/Pre-Law Association

If you’re interested in majoring in political science or thinking seriously of attending law school, the Association offers a place to meet and freely discuss political/legal issues of importance. Among the club’s recent activities were the screening of two political films; conducting a straw poll of RCC students on potential candidates for the 2016 presidential election; bringing in professional guest speakers on political internships and advice on getting into law school; and attending the Broadway play "All the Way" about President Lyndon B. Johnson.

Contact:
Dr. Karen Sunshine, 845-574-4573, ksunshin@sunyrockland.edu

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RCC FIT

RCC FIT provides students an opportunity to learn safe and appropriate ways to meet their fitness goals. Emphasis is placed on proper technique and execution in various exercises to minimize injury and maximize productivity and enjoyment. The growing interest in CrossFit is accommodated by certified staff, but whatever your fitness goals may be, RCC FIT can help. Members can make new friends and improve their overall well-being at the same time.

Contact:
Erik Ellingsen, 845-574-4783, eelings@sunyrockland.edu

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Robotics Club

Want to build a robot? Thanks to ever-improving 21st is no science-fiction fantasy. The Robotics Club can ease your entry into this brave new world. The club’s mission is to introduce the concept and practice of designing, building, programming robots. Student interests can be accommodated using multiple approaches, and goals are achieved through the use of robot kits and robotics programming and simulation software. Get started on your own mechanical or virtual creation by joining the Robotics Club!

Contact:
Xin Ye, 845-574-4786; xye@sunyrockland.edu

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Sigma Chi Eta

Sigma Chi Eta, the Speech Communication honor society, offers a forum for students to discuss and exchange ideas in the field of communication. Members can explore options for transferring to a four-year college or university or for entering the workforce. Among the recent activities undertaken by the club are various readers’ theater presentations, symposia, panel discussions and visits by guest speakers. Each spring the RCC chapter inducts new members into its honor society.

Contact:
Allison Frank, 845-574-4311, abriker@sunyrockland.edu

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Speak Up! RCC

Students who join Speak Up! RCC can expect to receive a welcoming, safe and comfortable environment for airing their concerns about school work, school community or any issue they are having trouble with. Students learn how to speak up for themselves and to work with others to reach an outcome that meets their needs. The club also helps them know their rights and responsibilities and find and use resources available to them. Club members receive support from their peers on campus. The club holds fundraisers, food drives, contests and more.

Contact:
Kristen Hanley, 845-574-4357, khanley@sunyrockland.edu

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Speech & Debate Team

If you want to hone your advocacy skills, think more critically or overcome an anxiety of public speaking, the Speech and Debate Team can help you accomplish those goals. It’s primarily an intercollegiate debate team that competes in the New York metropolitan area, with recent tournaments at Dominican College, Fairleigh Dickinson University and Yeshiva University. The team co-hosts a campus persuasive speech contest and other on-campus events. For more on what the team does, check out this brief, award-winning video.

Contact:
Andrew Jacobs, 845-574-4543, ajacobs@sunyrockland.edu

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Student Activities Board

Would you like to help plan activities for your fellow students? Do you enjoy working with peers on collaborative efforts? Then the Student Activities Board (SAB) may be for you. SAB, part of the Student Government Association, plans and carries out a broad range of student-sponsored, on- and off-campus events and activities. For example, the board coordinates popular theater trips to Broadway, as well as sporting events, Spring Fest, Free Your Mind Week lecture series, other lectures and panel discussions. SAB also oversees the activities of student clubs and organizations, and the Fall and Spring Club Fests.

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Contact:
John Marra, 845-574-4302, jmarra@sunyrockland.edu

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Student Ambassadors

The Student Ambassador program is looking for a few good people! The program gives students an opportunity to take part in a variety of rewarding experiences, such as: serving as an official student representative at campus and community events; speaking on student panels and forums on campus and in local high schools; acting as an usher in RCC’s Cultural Arts Theater. If you are creative, articulate, outgoing or just looking to make new friends, this program may be for you!

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Contact:
Samantha Goldberg, 845-574-4375, sgoldbe4@sunyrockland.edu

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Student Government Association

Join the Student Government Association and make a difference in your peers’ college experience! SGA advocates for RCC students to ensure that their needs and concerns are met, and oversees more than $500,000 in student activity fees allocated to campus clubs and events. Just some of the ways SGA has made an impact: instituting a student ID discount program in campus stores; providing filtered-water system stations around campus; and donating cell phone chargers to the Library so students can charge phones.

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Contact:
Tammy Richardson, 845-574-4394, tcollin2@sunyrockland.edu

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Student Nurses Association (SNA)

Nurses helping nurses. Nurses helping the community. That’s what SNA is all about. RCC nursing students organize student-led skills demonstrations and faculty-presented specialized information seminars. Funds raised from these events are donated to local nonprofits and student scholarships. Funds are also generated through trips to nursing-relevant destinations such as the Museum of Nursing History and Mütter Museum, both in Philadelphia. SNA assists with blood pressure screenings for seniors, flu shots for veterans, community walkathons, and other activities in service to others.

Contact:
Nancy Lord, 845-574-4444, nlord2@sunyrockland.edu

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Teachers of Tomorrow Club

Students contemplating a career in teaching can share experiences and ideas with like-minded peers in the Teachers of Tomorrow Club. Be part of a group offering interesting and fun activities such as field trips to educational settings, gardening and storytelling with the children at the on-campus child care center. Members also volunteer at club-hosted conferences with community organizations devoted to childhood education, conduct fund-raisers for child care needs, and are encouraged to attend professional development conferences in teacher education.

Contact:
Louise Schreier, 845-574-4482, lschreie@sunyrockland.edu

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Transfer Club

For students considering transfer to a four-year college, the Transfer Club provides a wealth of support and assistance. The club helps students make meaningful contacts with representatives at four-year institutions and conducts visits to such schools, including recent trips to Fordham University and SUNY campuses at New Paltz, Stony Brook and, in Spring 2014, Binghamton. Club members also assist at a pair of major annual events held on campus, College Night and the two-day College Transfer Fair.

Contact:
Len Gersten, 845-574-4303, lgersten@sunyrockland.edu

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UNICEF Club

When you join the UNICEF Club, you are contributing to a worldwide effort to champion the rights of every child. The club strives to organize students for the survival, protection and development of children around the globe. The club emphasizes education, advocacy and fundraising as a UNICEF Campus Initiative group through the US Fund for UNICEF. Among the activities the club has undertaken on campus are the Halloween collection, clothing and food drives, enlisting guest speakers on child abuse and other topics, and various raffles and fundraisers.

Contact:
Dr. Kristie Morris, 845-574-4434; kmorris@sunyrockland.edu

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Video Game & Anime Club

Club members stay on top of the latest in the different genres of video games and anime styles. The club meets regularly to discuss new games or specific features of established games and platforms. Members also view and discuss a particular anime or manga (comic-like illustration), and share insights on their own efforts to draw manga. The club schedules at least two game tournaments per semester and holds movie nights as well. Come enjoy a stress-reducing activity with fellow game enthusiasts.

Contact:
William McGregor, 845-574-4314, wmcgrego@sunyrockland.edu

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Women in Computing Club

The Women in Computing Club provides a place for its members to support each other and learn about the ways women are involved in computing. Club members have invited female computer professionals as guest speakers, served as teaching assistants in a hands-on computing workshop for middle school girls, and participated in WitsOn, a mentoring program through which they communicate with women in computing around the country. They have conducted research on why women are underrepresented in STEM fields and in Spring 2014 presented their findings at the STEM C^2 Research Summit.

Contact:
Lynn Aaron, 845-574-4258; laaron@sunyrockland.edu

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Yu-Gi-Oh Club

Are you curious to know what Yu-Gi-Oh is all about? Are you into Japanese manga series and gaming? Join the Yu-Gi Oh Club and get introduced to this unique strategic trading card game. The club provides a safe and comfortable environment to new and old players. Members have in-depth strategy discussions, sharpen their playing skills as they gain experience, and benefit from interacting and socializing in a new way on campus and becoming part of a mentally stimulating community.

Contact:
Jean Phanor, 845-574-4546; jphanor@sunyrockland.edu

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