Fave clubs


Somewhere out there, is a club or campus organization for everyone. You can visit dolphin.upenn.edu/~oslaf/orgmain.html to help you find yours, and you can read our random sample, which includes some not listed on the web page.

DAN MATISOFF, COLLEGE ’02
“Red and Blue Crew. It’s the basketball boosters club. I really enjoy going to basketball games, and they organize a lot of that stuff.”

ANNE MORGANTI, COLLEGE ’03
“The Field Hockey Club. It gives girls a chance to play without the pressure [of organized team sports] and just for fun.”

NEIL CHATTERJEE, WHARTON AND ENGINEERING, ’02
“Wharton Investment Club. I’m into stocks and trading and it really helps a lot.”

LINDA OH, COLLEGE, ’02
“I like Mosaic [Magazine, Penn’s Asian American Magazine] because it’s a small club and it affords the opportunity for people to really get to know each other.”

DANA ANDERSON, COLLEGE ’01
“Quadramics. When they create theater, it’s about the experience and the social aspect. They’re a really good group—it’s nice, it’s like a little family.”

CYNTHIA HSU, COLLEGE ’04
“I’m not in that many activities on campus, but I would say Living Water [Christian Fellowship]. They’re like a second family. They offer a lot of support, and they’re very nice.”

GERALD TAM, WHARTON ’01
“Penn Musicians Against Homelessness, because it’s for a good cause, and it’s a great chance for people who love music to get together with their friends. ”

GEOFF OWENS, COLLEGE ’01
“Without a Net. I really like improv comedy, and I think they do a really good job of it.”

WU-KWAN KIT, COLLEGE ’02
“I guess Strictly Funk. They’re a dance group, and my two roommates are in it.”

KITTY O’HARE, SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
“Arrhythmia, the Med School a capella group. I’m the music directorof it, and we’re teaching people there about music. We do community service, sing in the Penn community and at social functions.”

WADE JOHANNESSEN, ENGINEERING PhD
“Counterparts. I love a capella, and they’re the best!”

HALLIE ENG, WHARTON ’01
“[Penn] Ballroom [Society], because I really like dancing and it’s only $20 a semester, really cheap compared to private lessons. They have a lot of variety of classes and keep you updated on dancing opportunities at or around Penn that you don’t have to be 21 to get into.”

BING MEI, COLLEGE ’01
“Probably Tae Kwon Do Club, because you get culture and athletics. I think the people there are very focused and very nice.”

— Elaine Woo

 

 

Originally published on September 28, 2000