SDSU Politics Kick Off

Hallie Thomas

Hallie Thomas

Students have many options as political organizations on campus are beginning to hold regular meetings.

The SDSU Political Science Club is a weekly discussion-based forum designed to keep students involved in current events.

All majors and political persuasions are invited every Thursday at 6p.m. in the Waldner Room.

This week’s topic is “Democratic presidential candidates: Who will take on Bush?”

For those more interested in bipartisan fare, SDSU has clubs to satisfy the elephant or the donkey in you.

College Republicans meet Wednesday evenings.

The organization has around 100 members, 20-50 of which attend the regular meetings.

SDSU Democrats will meet Monday, Sep. 29 in the Jackrabbit Room of the University Student Union.

They meet the 2nd and 4th Monday of every month.

SDSU’s Model United Nations Club will begin regular meetings in mid-October.

Those involved in Model UN participate in a regional conference designed to educate college students on internaitonal politics.

All the organizations above encourage anyone who is interested to attend.

#1.886886:2622577202.jpg:roundsspeaks2.jpg:Governor Mike Rounds delivering a speech at the September 11th memorial service sponsored in part last week by the College Republicans.:Jason Salzman