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New clubs to debut at Club Day

Soumya Jhaveri

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For the first time ever, Palo Alto High School’s Associated Student Body is chartering over 100 clubs. Many of these clubs are new this semester and represent a wide array of interests. The Paly Voice spoke with 10 new club presidents about what their clubs will do and why people should join them. To view all of the new clubs this semester, make sure to come out to Club Day at lunch on Friday, Sept. 15, on the Quad.

 

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