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3 Clubs You Should Join When You’re Not at Her Campus

Alright, so you’ve decided that Her Campus is a must for this semester, but what about when you’re not in our meetings? Sure, we love that you’re a dedicated member yet we all have other clubs that we’d love to check out on campus. Did you know that Hofstra has over 300 clubs on campus? Well if you attended the club fair this month, you probably guessed that it was around that number. And while the girls with the pink table cloth may have caught your attention, you’re probably still curious about some of the other organizations on campus. Well look no further Hofstra students, here are three clubs that you need to check out when you’re not at a Her Campus Meeting.


Ed2010 is like Her Campus’s other half. As I like to say, Her Campus gives you the resume building articles while Ed2010 gets you the internship. Ed2010 was created 20 years ago, but since the internet came along it has played a major force in helping journalism majors get the internship of their dreams. This club works exclusively with the Ed2010 website, which introduces students to internships with some of the top magazines in the industry such as CosmopolitanNylon, Billboard, and Marie Claire. The club helps its members to break into the magazine industry and build lifelong connections, making it a top recommendation from us at HC. This club meets every other Monday (aka every Monday that you’re not at Her Campus ;) ) at 8:30pm. 

Hofstra Campus Feminist Collective

Do you live to dismantle the patriarchy? Do you also believe that women should have equal rights both economically and socially, but also in the health, education, and entertainment industries? Well then, you my love are a feminist and should celebrate your beliefs with the Hofstra Campus Feminist Collective. This group collaborates to discuss, debate, and challenge the ideals of gender oppression and hold events to bring awareness to women’s reproductive health, domestic violence, sexual assault, and much more. This club has literally tripled in a few short years and I can tell you that this semester you won’t want to miss out on attending the meetings. This club meets on Tuesdays at 7pm in room 142 of the Student Center (aka behind the scary Greek life dungeon). 

Hofstra Sustainability Studies Club

Despite their name, this is a sustainability and environmental club that everyone can join regardless of their major. If you enjoy defending the environment and promoting the planet’s health, or just want to learn a bit more about how you can be more sustainable in your own life, you should check out the Hofstra Sustainability Studies Club. This club tackles difficult environmental issues, everything from global climate change, pollution, fracking, even nuclear energy. Hofstra Sustainability Studies Club is a great way to get involved on campus and within the community and stand up for issues that affect not only Hofstra University, but the world at large. If you’re interested in making a difference, stop by one of their meetings during common hour on Wednesdays. 

Studying Abroad in Firenze, Italy. Current Vice President and Blog Mentor of Her Campus Hofstra. Contributing Writer and Intern at Inked Magazine. A writer of all things body modification, beards, veganism, and feminism related.
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