List of Student Organizations

The purpose of student organizations at Willamette University is to provide opportunities for the enhancement of academic, cultural, social and recreational aspects of student life through participation in group programs and activities. Every Willamette student has the opportunity to become involved in campus organizations!

Student organizations fall into one of ten categories. To browse student organizations, select a category below.


American Sign Language Club (ASL Club)

ASL Club promotes awareness of deaf culture, inspires students to become active members in the deaf community in Salem, and teaches the WU community ASL through monthly events.

Kylah Clay  


The purpose of the Chemistry Club is to engage the Willamette community in chemistry-related activities both on campus and around Salem. The club provides teaching experience, along with training in lab safety techniques, for members who perform science demonstrations at local elementary and middle schools. The Chemistry Club also provides opportunities to learn about possible careers in chemistry. Science and humanities majors alike are welcome.

Yulya Yakibovsky  Advisor: Scott Meyer  


The Exercise Science club is designed to provide exercise students opportunities to explore different careers in the field and participate in curriculum-related field trips.

Makayla Hari  Advisor: Michael Lockard  


The French club's purpose is to promote the culture of the French speaking world on Willamette campus and to improve students' knowledge of this culture by providing them with an insight of francophone particularities that they cannot experience in the classroom (food movies, exhibits, music, etc.)

Rebecca Collier  Advisor: Gaetano DeLeonibus  


The German Club will provide a community setting for students of German and those with an interest in the German language and culture to broaden their learning through activities, informative gatherings, traditional festivals, and group excursions related to the subject of German.

Sophia Nordt  Advisor: Aili Zheng  

Institute for Healthcare Improvement and Pre-Health Club (IHI)

This group aims to provide academic, social, and professional support for students interested in pursuing a career in the healthcare field.

Navi Hewage  Advisor: Monique Bourque  


The purpose of the Willamette University Math Club (WUMC) is to provide an environment in which members can explore extracurricular mathematics.

Taylor Matsumura  Advisor: Josh Laison  


The purpose of this organization is to increase awareness and student involvement with the Hallie Ford Museum of Art and provide a variety of activities related to the museum.

Grace Pochis  Advisor: Jonathan Bucci  


The Philomathean Society sponsors a series of public debates and other such opportunities for intellectual enlightenment of the Willamette University community and the Salem community at large. For more information about the Willamette Debate Union, visit their webpage:

Jesse Sanchez  Advisor: Una Kimokeo-Goes  


Philosophy Club provides a stimulating and friendly community where students can meet once a week to discuss philosophy, critique papers, and engage in analyzing philosophical topics.

Will Tottori  


The Pre-Law Society strives to promote a strong, supportive environment and provide informational resources for students interested in law school and a career in law by hosting events, guest speakers, informational seminars, and assisting in the application process among other opportunities.

Arianna de Feo  Advisor: Melissa Michaux  


Connecting students to professional resources.

Eli Butcher  Advisor: Aimee Akimoff  


The purpose of the Russian Club is to promote awareness and a greater appreciation of the Russian culture and also to provide an opportunity for students of the Russian Department to associate and socialize.

Kathryn McConaughy  Advisor: Sarah Bishop  


Spanish Club is a group for students who are interested in Spanish language and culture.

Michelle Hicks  Advisor: Gustavo Fonseca  



IFC is the governing body for the men's fraternities, composed of elected representatives from each of Willamette's fraternities.

Alex Tripp  Advisor: Lisa Holliday  

BETA THETA PI (Interest Group)

The mission of Beta Theta Pi is to develop men of principle for a principled life and it is our vision that members will live out Beta's values of mutual assistance, intellectual growth, trust, responsible conduct and integrity.

Joshua Fuentes  Advisor: Emily Morris  


By striving for excellence in Kappa Sigma's Four Pillars of Fellowship, Leadership, Scholarship and Service, we seek to produce Brothers who are involved in all aspects of campus life; who excel academically as students and professionally upon graduation; who develop lifelong bonds with those around them and who support those peers; and who serve their colleges and communities.

Vincent Tachiyama  Advisor: Alicia Lewis  


The purpose of Phi Delta Theta is to bring men with different backgrounds but similar ideals together with a common purpose: to foster excellence in scholarship, leadership, individual growth, and involvement in community service.

Derek Kennedy  Advisor: Andrew Toney  


The mission of Sigma Alpha Epsilon is to promote the highest standards of friendship, scholarship and service for its members based upon the ideals set forth by the founders and as specifically enunciated in "The True Gentlemen."

Trevor Roberts  Advisor: Val Cleary  


The purpose of this fraternity shall be to cultivate and maintain the high ideals of friendship, justice and learning upon which Sigma Chi was founded.

Antonio Antillon  Advisor: Carli Rohner  


PHC is the governing body for the women's sororities, composed of elected representatives from each of Willamette's three sororities.

Sarah King  Advisor: Lisa Holliday  


Alpha Chi Omega seeks to positively contribute to our surrounding community through philanthropy, educational activities and social events. We strive for excellence in academics, leadership, responsibility, character, and seek to create strong bonds of friendship among our members

Kaitlyn Pierson  Advisor: Karen Wood  


Alpha Phi is a sisterhood of outstanding women supporting one another in lifelong achievement. The objectives of our Fraternity are the promotion of growth in character; unity of feeling, sisterly affection, and social communion among our members.

Tynan Gable  Advisor: Janet Jacquier  


Delta Gamma offers to women of all ages a rich heritage based on principles of personal integrity, personal responsibility and intellectual honesty. Its primary purpose is to foster high ideals of friendship, promote educational and cultural interests, create a true sense of social responsibility, and develop the finest qualities of character.

Emma Woods  Advisor: Sarah Kirk  


The mission of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women is to promote friendship, develop women of intellect and integrity, cultivate leadership potential and enrich lives through community service.Our vision is to be recognized as a premier organization for women by providing lifelong enrichment to our members and to contribute to the betterment of society.

Madison Roberts  Advisor: Paige Steffy  



Mortar Board is a national honor society recognizing college seniors for their exemplary scholarship, leadership and service, established in 1918.

Paige Baker  Advisor: Robert Chenault  


This is a professional music fraternity that seeks to promote musicianship, scholarship, and friendship through service to the University and the community. Mu Phi Epsilon aims to advance music throughout the world and to develop awareness that artistic gifts are to be shared with others. There is a g.p.a. requirement and potential members must be invited to join this fraternity.

Anna Carlin  Advisor: Crystal Zimmerman  


This is a national honorary society, open to juniors and seniors, that recognizes members of fraternities and sororities who have excelled in academics, campus involvement and community service. Order of Omega membership is awarded through application and invitation.

Anna Landgren  Advisor: Lisa Holliday  


Founded in 1776, Phi Beta Kappa is the nation's oldest academic honor society. Its mission is to foster and to recognize excellence in the liberal arts and sciences. Students are elected to Phi Beta Kappa as seniors (a small number may be elected as juniors) based on scholarly achievement, broad cultural interest and good character. Members of the WU chapter, Delta of Oregon, base selection largely on an adjusted g.p.a. considering also departmental recommendations and academic honors. Membership is by invitation only.

Advisor: Dave Rigsby   


This is a national honor society for students of the biological sciences. It will strive to increase knowledge of biological matters through active pursuit of speakers and field trips, and shall encourage students to pursue research and scholarship.

Taylor Coggeshall  Advisor: Johnathan Dallas  


Art Club

A group dedicated to the creation, promotion, and appreciation of all forms of art.

Cameron Bean  Advisor: Chris Gramlich  


It is the mission of the B Movie Club to promote interest in, appreciation for, and interaction with B Movies within the horror and sci-fi genre.

Jordon Hendersen  Advisor: Frann Michel  


The Collegian strives to teach journalistic skills and ethics while providing Willamette's weekly student paper.

Keeton Nance  Advisor: Emily Morris  


It is the mission of KWU to fill the people's ears with joy, love and happiness.

Aaron Schechter  Advisor: Kyle House  



The purpose of Alianza is to promote the Latino culture as well as empower the outer Latin community in effort to seek a higher education. We will provide the campus with ethnic celebrations, films, speakers, and a supportive environment for multicultural students through potlucks, trips and other cultural gatherings.

Karla Gutierrez-Hernandez  Advisor: Michael Nino  


The mission of the Asian Coalition for Equality (ACE) is to educate and promote interest in awareness of Asian American issues within the Willamette University community through the use of films, lectures, outings, and other events. ACE will also attend events of groups that we recognize in solidarity on campus. These include groups representing marginalized students, groups centered around activism, and groups holding educational or informational events. ACE is here to conduct Asian American education and activism, but we also seek to build connections and support other groups representing marginalized populations on campus.

Montreal Gray  Advisor: Aili Zheng  


The purpose of ASA is to represent the interests and concerns of Asian students at Willamette. ASA will act as a support network for its members and other students of Asian ancestry because we understand that the transition into a predominantly homogenous environment can be difficult. In addition, ASA will act as a campus wide resource to promote cultural awareness and ethic diversity among the members of the Willamette Community.

Kyley Nishimura  Advisor: Gordy Toyama  


The Black Student Union is dedicated to the unification and healing of African-Americans, people of African descent and others that are part of the African Diaspora through self-determination, cultural education, and academic excellence. Through the Implementation of these principles and others, the Black Student Union will strive to continue the struggle for Black liberation and the liberation of all.

Megan Malone-Brown  Advisor: Anthony Coleman  


CAUSA chapter is dedicated to civic engagement of its members through organizing, educating and mobilizing Willamette and its surrounding communities. CAUSA chapter will attempt to raise awareness about pertinent issues affecting the immigrant community.

Lorenzo Oloño  Advisor: Michael Niño  

Chinese Taiwanese Culture Association (CTCA)

The Chinese Taiwanese Culture Association strives to bridge the gap between Chinese, Chinese American, and Willamette Students and to facilitate communication among these cultures on Willamette campus.

Emily Su  Advisor: Huike Wen  


The Hawaii Club strives to produce a more comfortable environment for students, both from Hawaii and those interested in the culture. It provides a support group that participates in activities, service projects, and educational programs, especially through the luau put on at the end of the school year. It also functions as a transitory resource to assist students while finding their niche at Willamette University.

Courtney Lai  Advisor: Gordy Toyama  


JSSL is an organization open to all students interested in Japan, with the purpose of organizing engaging academic activities centered around Japanese culture, society and language for the Willamette, TIUA and Salem communities.

Kazutoshi Koba  Advisor: Miho Fujiwara  


The purpose of the Native and Indigenous Student Union is to enlighten its members to the cultural diversity of the Native American people. This association will help Native Americans to identify with an organization on campus and all other students of different origins to be enlightened by the activities, debates and lectures this association may offer.

Alexus Uentillie  Advisor: Gordy Toyama  

Rainbow Alliance

This group exists to provide and encourage the support, education, and visibility of gay/lesbian/bisexual concerns and issues in the Willamette/TIUA community. Its aim is to create an awareness and celebration of differing perspectives and lifestyles.

Erica Meier  Advisor: Matt Bost  

Performing Arts


Auditioned ensemble.

Owen Netzer  Advisor: Leslie Green  


The purpose of this organization is to promote, perform, and teach methods of improvisational theatre to members of the Willamette community.

Colin Troesken  Advisor: EJ Reinagel  


The purpose of the Association is the advancement of musical knowledge and education. Activities of the Association are aimed at the promotion of the art of music and the advancement of musical educational activities and the appreciation of music among the people of the community.

Erica Campbell  Advisor: Crystal Zimmerman  


Poi club promotes, expresses and teaches the art of poi on the Willamette campus. We will gather regularly to practice and improve each others' skills. Performances will be in conjunction with other clubs at WU including but not limited to the DJ and Hawaii club. The tools used in poi are varied; the include poi balls, glowsticks, zuni, beaming poi and fine poi among others.

Jessica Deely  Advisor: Rich Dennis  


The Sanshin Club is a student-run organization with the main goal of sharing the traditional Okinawan musical instrument and the abundant Japanese history and culture to the Willamette community and schools around the Salem area. The Sanshin Club is open to any Willamette University undergraduate and American Studies Program (ASP) students. Through the learning and performing of this musical instrument, our organization aims to bring not only enjoyment, but also traditional Japanese culture and its rich history into the public view.

Anna Kronkow  Advisor: Miho Fujiwara  

Student Theatre Arts Group (STAGE)

STAGE is dedicated to supporting and funding theatrical endeavors on campus. Their goal is to create more inclusive student-led arts community on the Willamette campus as well as organize and support creative expression outside of the academic department.

Zach Ward  Advisor: Bobby Brewer-Wallin  


The purpose of Taiko is to give an opportunity to students to learn the traditional ways of Japanese Taiko and to perform for Willamette as well as other local communities in hopes of expanding the knowledge of Japanese tradition.

Erin Tokutomi  Advisor: Miho Fujiwara  


Tandem is a co-ed a capella choir that arranges, learns and performs a variety of popular music.

Jacqueline Remmel  Advisor: Paul Klemme  


Up Top is a student-run female a cappella musical group comprised of full-time Willamette students of any major. It strives to promote a creative and performance outlet through the process of performing and arranging original and "covered" vocal pieces.

Anna Hennessy  Advisor: Wallace Long  


The Willamette Dance Company is an organization of dancers and dance enthusiasts with the common goal of creating and performing a fall and spring dance concert.

Laura Richey  Advisor: Lisa Holliday  



Campus Ambassadors Christian Fellowship desires to help students grow in the knowledge and love of God, guided by the authority of Scripture and prayer. We work to fulfill our mission through worship, Bible study, community service, daily prayer and retreats.

Rebecca Ellecamp  Advisor: Sarah Kirk  


InterVarsity Christian Fellowship is a student-led organization that is working with Jesus to cause a revolution through which all students will experience the kingdom of God, be transformed by His love and be sent out to change the world. Students lead small group Bible studies and prayer meetings in order to know Jesus personally.

Hyejin Jeong  Advisor: Jess Davison  


This organization strives to provide a forum and community for Jewish students of WU to practice and talk about Jewish culture.

Tova Hershman  Advisor: Gary Ellison  


Our mission is to integrate faith, reason and life experience on the campus of Willamette University according to the vision of Cardinal Newman. As a Catholic apostolate, we foster spiritual growth through prayer, discussion and service.

Claire Deangeli  Advisor: Juliet Valdez  



Best Buddies is a college based volunteer program designed to promote one-to-one friendships between college students and people with developmental disabilities. Each College Buddy is asked to see his/her Buddy once a month and call or write once a week. In addition, pairs participate in monthly group activities, such as dances, arts craft nights and pizza parties.

Eleanor Portnoy  Advisor: Gary Ellison  


Burning Bright provides a variety of opportunities to volunteer with children with serious illnesses. Opportunities include service at the hospital, fundraisers, organizational events and specialized camps.

Sherry Chen  Advisor: Eric Lassahn  


Colleges Against Cancer gives students the opportunity to combat concer on their campus while uniting with other chapters nationwide. Students can make an impact nationwide, as well as within the Salem Community.

Adrienne Pankonin-Dahl  Advisor: Karen Wood  


Through cooperative outreach to students, faculty and alumni who are affiliated with various academic disciplines represented at WU, ECOS aims to foster environmental awareness, continued environmental education, and environmental career opportunities.

Christine Smith  Advisor: Jeani Bragg  


It is the mission of the FRN at Willamette to fight food waste and hunger in the Willamette Valley by recovering surplus perishable food from our campus and donating it to people in need in our community.

Iris Dowd  Advisor: Joe Bowersox  


SARA aims to provide a safe group of trained volunteers to which survivors of sexual assault and their allies can go to seek support, advocacy, and information.

Bathanie Lee  Advisor: Audrey Schwartz  


To encourage and facilitate training of students expressing interests in emergency medical services to include but not limited to training in CPR and First Aid. To provide certification in CPR to the Willamette Community.

Matthew Linvill  Advisor: Cari Jermann  


The Zena Farm Club gathers students to collaborate ideas and work on Zena Farm, the Willamette owned piece of land just outside of West Salem.

Grace Pochis  Advisor: Wendy Petersen Boring  

Social and Support

Advocates for Dis/Ability Awareness and Accessibility (ADAA)

To provide a safe community and uplifting environment for current students with disabilities, as well as their allies.

Tyler Griswold  

Baking Club

Baking club brings students who like baking together.

Endy Zarate  

Bearcat Bird Nerds

The Bearcat Bird Nerds is to establish a community of birders within the Willamette University community where student birders can meet, learn, and bird. Our organization aims to emphasize the importance of citizen science through bird identification workshops, regular bird walks, and guest lecturers. Additionally, our organization will serve to help educate any students who are interested in learning more about birds and birdwatching.

Ben Newman  


The Boffer Club is devoted to recreation of medieval battle using light, padded weapons in a variety of game-types and settings. Typically meets once a week, occasionally also meets on weekends for capture the flag and other large-scale games. Safe and fun. Theatrical/period costume encouraged.

Mikaela Renshaw  Advisor: Peter Wogan  


College Republicans endorse and publicize the principles of the Republican Party. They aid in the election of Republican candidates at all levels and work to develop political skills and leadership abilities among students to prepare them for future service to the community. College Republicans will serve as a source of ideas, organization, and activism for those wishing to support the Republican Party and conservative ideals.

Kyle Watson  Advisor: Michael Marks  


This organization will provide a venue for interactive analog games and foster an inclusive culture that surrounds them. It will organize itself to encourage community and social involvement, connecting students who share a unifying interest. It will combat exclusivity, stereotyping and other internally divisive elements of game culture by engaging in meaningful conversations and promoting teamwork within a diverse group. Ultimately, it will strive to introduce its members to new people, viewpoints and challenges in the context of a fun and productive community.

Janet Gallagher  Advisor: Josh Laison  


Informing the Willamette community of the importance of exercise, nutrition, and rest and providing support and opportunities for students to live healthier and gain a full understanding of overall personal wellness.

Nolan Douglass  Advisor: Bryan Schmidt  


The Respectable Society of Fiber Arts will help to better serve the community at Willamette and in Salem through the cooperative and healing activity of knitting and crocheting.

Vivian Rodarte  Advisor: Karen Wood  


The purpose of Settlers Club is to promote and play the board game Settlers of Catan with other Catan enthusiasts as well as newcomers with an interest in a game of strategy, development, negotiation, and good times. Be prepared for some sweet tournament action with prizes for the top players and a chance to be known as "King/Queen of Catan" for the overall winner

Rebecca Collier  Advisor: J. Charles Williamson  

Students for Divestment

The mission of Students for Divestment is to align Willamette's finances with its environmental values. As an institution, WU has a deep history of environmental sustainablility, and its endowment should reflect those vaules by investing in environmentally responsible organizations and divesting from corporations that contribute to climate change. In service of its mission, Students for Divestment seeks more transparency from WU and asks that the university disclose its endowment fund investments

Jake Kornack  

Students for Policies Addressing the Deliverance of Equality Club (SPADE Club)

It is the mission of the SPADE Club to serve the interest within the student body to promote social change through collective passion, discussion, research, and promotion of public policy reform in the State of Oregon, and to do so as an independent student collective with no political endorsement or association with Willamette University.

Adrian J. Uphoff (President)   


The mission of the NCAA Division III Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) is to enhance the total student-athlete experience by promoting opportunity for all student-athletes; protecting student-athlete welfare; and fostering a positive student-athlete image, while maintaining the tenets of the Division III philosophy.

Mallory Asaro  Advisor: Leslie Shevlin  


Students for Feminism is a group that raises awareness of gender inequality and its intersections though discussion and dialogue, ultimately working to empower all individuals. We meet every Thursdays at 6:00 pm in the Women's Resource Center on the third floor of the University Center--all are welcome! The group also hopes to engage the Willamette community with on campus events such as “Love Your Body Days,” The Willamette Monologues: A personal theory, Take Back the Night, and bringing on campus speakers in hopes of fostering campus awareness of wider feminist issues. If you are interested in participating in the monologues performance please join the group after the Students for Feminism meetings the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month 7-8 pm to workshop your ideas.

Jessica Meza-Torres  Advisor: Allison Hobgood  


VARIANT provides a safe space, community, resources, visibility, and advocacy for gender variant students.

Madden Ott  


It is the mission of the Video Game Club to promote teamwork and communication between video gamers on campus, and build an environment of harassment-free sportsmanship through on-campus competition.

Ryan Tokeshi  Advisor: Matthew Bost  


The purpose of Willamette Events Board is to provide programs that complement, reflect and respond to the Willamette University community. These programs shall be designed to be an educational experience for those involved in planning and presenting of the programs, as well as those who participate. These programs should remain consistent with stated objectives, regulations, and missions of the Office of Student Activities and Willamette University.

Madalyn Gordon  Advisor: Emily Morris  


Wulapalooza is an earth, art, and music festival that has been organized by students every spring for the past 12 years. Student and professional bands perform on two stages at the festival, along with other performance groups such as Willamette Dance Company and Poi Club. We also have club activities, food, and a craft fair, among other events. Each year we also select a charitable organization to support!

Trevor Davis  Advisor: Kyle Flowers  

Young Americans for Liberty

The Young Americans for Liberty's mission is to train, educate, and mobilize youth activists committed to "winning on principle." Out goal is to cast the leaders of tomorrow and reclaim the policies, candidates, and direction of government.

Brian Wheaton  Advisor: Michael Marks  

Sports and Recreational


Our purpose is to give the Willamette University community access to outdoor recreation and the environment of the Pacific Northwest. The group is committed to outdoor and environmental education to encourage participants to pursue interests in the outdoors. The Outdoor program will build campus unity, while providing an opportunity to get outdoors.

Grace Graham  Andie DiBiase  Advisor: Bryan Schmidt  


The purpose is to be an organization where members can compete against each other and enhance their skills as badminton players.

Ashley Nguyen  Advisor: Jordis Miller  

Campus Golf Club

The mission of this organization shall be to create a community that can enjoy on-campus golf. We aim to reach all levels of play and hope to build a community on campus that fosters the modified sport of golf.

Kyle Watson  Advisor: Jordis Miller  


The purpose of the WU Cheer squad is to provide enthusiasm, spirit, and entertainment at Willamette sporting events on campus. We perform at home football games during the fall semester and home basketball games at the beginning of spring semester.

Monica Gray  Olivia Satterlund-Stearns  Advisor: Jordis Miller  


The club supports recreational climbing pursuits including indoor climbing gym, outdoor guided climbing, and promotes safe climbing habits/practices by planning and offering climbing outings and events.

Grace Graham  Andie DiBiase  Bryan Schmidt  


The purpose of the Dance Team is to unite students who have an interest in dance, promote spirit and to perform for the student body, staff and alumni.

Kayana Barrier  Advisor: Jordis Miller  


This organization aims to establish a group of students at Willamette University to go disc golfing at courses in the area and surrounding Salem, Oregon. Along with travel, this organization aims to promote inter-collegiate relations with other University and College disc golf clubs in the Willamette Valley.

Sam Rowe  Advisor: Jordis Miller  

Equestrian Club

The purpose of this club is to get students inolved with horses. The club focuses on putting care first and working together to increase communication, responsibility, and patience. Club members volunteer with the community groups that use horses to help others.

Klaudia Maciag  Advisor: Jordis Miller  


The Kayak Club was organized to bring WU students together who enjoy kayaking and/or would like to learn more about it. Whether you enjoy sea or river kayaking there is a place here for you.

Grace Graham  Andie DiBiase  Advisor: Bryan Schmit  


The Rugby club will participate in matches and tournaments. We wish to give people who do not want to continue in varsity sports an opportunity for physical activity.

Eli Butcher  Advisor: Jordis Miller  


To provide players with a more competitive soccer environment than intramurals provides, without being at the extreme level of collegiate varsity sport.

David Medema  Advisor: Jordis Miller  


This club exists to play Ultimate Frisbee and lots of it. Group members strive to develop skills, play in intercollegiate games and tournaments and to have fun in every weather condition.

Brandon Kennedy  Advisor: Jordis Miller  


The purpose of this organization is to create an opportunity for Willamette students to enjoy the sport of skiing and snowboarding on a periodic basis while enjoying the outdoors.

Grace Graham  Andie DiBiase  Advisor: Bryan Schmidt  


This organization seeks to gather women of Willamette University to play competitive indoor volleyball.

Maya Jaramillo  Advisor: Jordis Miller  


This organization is designed to provide the WU community with a more competitive soccer environment than intramurals provides, without being at the extreme level of a colligate varsity sport.

Dania Chawkins  Izzy Lilly  Advisor: Jordis Miller  


Our purpose at Willamette University is to provide women with a fun and athletic pastime outside of the varsity sports. By participating in women's rugby, students have a chance to participate in an interesting sport and get involved in the Willamette community.

Sam Coleman  Kari Milstein  Advisor: Jordis Miller  


This club is designed for women to learn and enjoy the sport of Ultimate Frisbee, play in all conditions, attend tournaments and have fun playing a competitive sport. Open to all skill levels and athletic ability.

Lydia Vanderburg  Advisor: Jordis Miller  


The goal of the yoga club is to provide a loving and supportive environment where students can feel free to be themselves, make mistakes, fall… all in the process of physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual growth. It is a place where students can clear their minds of everything they have to do, gaining and increasing awareness of their minds and bodies and letting out their day to day stress in a positive and healthful way.

Phoebe Wagner  Advisor: Jordis Miller