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**Meetings are the second and fourth Tuesday of every month at 6:30pm in Cartwright 263.** Active Minds focuses on concentrating student voices to create a strong front on changing the conversation about mental health on college campuses.
UWL-Advocates for Children is a service organization that works in the La Crosse community. We are a group of fun loving students who want to help save the world, starting by helping the future become a better place. By volunteering!
Aikido is a martial art which teaches students techniques of self defense. It is a martial art built around the concept of blending your body and energy with the body and energy of an attacker. Club members strive to enhance their abilities through
Active at UW-L since 1963, Alpha Phi International Fraternity is a social sorority dedicated to promoting lifelong friendships, cultivating leadership, encouraging intellectual curiosity, and advocating service.
Alpha Sigma Phi's purpose is to better the men and community of UW-L through leadership development, campus involvement, high academics, community service and brotherhood.
Alpha Xi Delta was locally founded October 7, 1961, making AXiD the oldest social sorority at UW-La Crosse. The ladies of Alpha Xi Delta strive to help women realize their potential. Our national philanthropy is Autism Speaks.
The purpose of this club is to encourage a spirit of camaraderie among chemistry students; to promote the study of chemistry and expose students to a broad range of career opportunities; and to offer mentoring to junior undergraduates in the field of
The purpose of our collegiate chapter is to provide students with the opportunity to be part of an on campus group interested in current marketing practices, issues, and events. We promote networking among students, faculty, alumni, and businesses.
The Microbiology Club is open to all students (majors and non-majors) interested in microbiology. Club activities include tours of area labs and hospitals, meetings with speakers, activities related to microbiology, volunteer work, picnics, and