Thursday, September 4, 2014

Getting involved in the Eighties

WORKERS ARE SETTING UP in the Circle for the Involvement Fair today, where students can find out more about the Mount's 30 clubs and organizations, from the Accounting Association to WISH (Women In Science and Health).
Associated Student Body logo
in the early 1980s.

The names may change but many activities are unchanging from one decade to the next. Others fall out of fashion, like the campus newspaper.

Here's a look at the involvement opportunities 30 years ago, in the 1984-1985 academic year, as listed in the Student Handbook:
  • COPUS - Coalition of Private University Students 
  • Amistad Hispanica (Spanish interest club)
  • Black Student Union
  • Business Student Advisory Council
  • Deltas (Doheny Service Organization)
  • Fleur de Lis Ball committee
  • Grad Ball committee
  • Health Advocates
  • International Students Organization
  • Kappa Delta Chi sorority
  • Los Angeles Collegiate Council
  • Model United Nations
  • Mount Chorus/Mount Singers
  • Mount Christian Fellowship
  • Phi Gamma Nu (business sorority)
  • Physical Therapy Club
  • Resident Assistants
  • Sigma Delta Pi (National Hispanic Society)
  • Ski Club
  • Student Nurses Association of California (SNAC)
  • Spring Sing committee
  • Student Orientation Service
  • UCLA Student Committee on the Arts
  • The View (newspaper)
  • Women's Leadership
  • Yearbook
Another way to get involved was the fitness parcourse in the west cloister.

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