Introducing some of CB’s exciting and innovative new clubs that you won’t want to miss! Christian Brothers is well known for its fantastic extracurricular activities. CB’s one of a kind clubs are a major part of that legacy. Many clubs have upheld their own legacies by returning for the 2012-2013 school year. We all know […]
Introducing some of CB’s exciting and innovative new clubs that you won’t want to miss!
Christian Brothers is well known for its fantastic extracurricular activities. CB’s one of a kind clubs are a major part of that legacy.
Many clubs have upheld their own legacies by returning for the 2012-2013 school year. We all know about the GQ club — who wouldn’t want to watch cute boys strut their stuff at a fashion show? Wellspring makes early morning sacrifices every Friday in order to provide a hot breakfast for the women and children of Oak Park. And BSU is still proudly representing African-American culture.
Each year, there are a number of new clubs that are established. The Talon caught up with some of the club officers.
Two of CB’s beloved math teachers, Mrs. Frias and Ms. Moulton, are the moderators for this year’s CB Block Club. This club provides students with an opportunity to earn block letters through school activities other than sports. This club recognizes all students for their outstanding accomplishments at CB and in the community.
For all the food lovers out there, CB upperclassmen Nate Ashby (’13) and Zach Ewertsen (’14) have started the Tailgate Club. They say the purpose of this club is to, “eat food, tailgate, chill, and get people pumped up for upcoming events.” Their plan is to host the tailgate from the beds of student’s trucks while playing music. This club is a great way to unite all of the student body.
Talented senior Monica Rocco (’13) has created the Beatz club this year. This club focuses on table beats and rhythms collaborated together. When asked why she created this club she simply said, “ I love music.” The goal for the Beatz club is to perform at Open Mic Night, and maybe even future rallies.
Another musical club on campus this year called Falcon Scratch. This group was created by three freshmen, Aaron Cervantes (’16), Marcus Sheedy (’16), and Beau Paulsen (’16). The boys want to entertain people with their dub step and techno sets and ultimately have a great time. If you love to DJ or just want to have fun, you should definitely go “scratch it up” with these boys.
In case you missed the opportunity to sign up for these exciting new clubs on club day, representatives for each group will be at CB’s Open House on Sunday, October 9th. Make sure to check them out.