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Above Image: A stylized lantern hangs from a tree. One of the many decorations dotting the East Quad celebrating the Lunar New Year. Photo by Christopher Santee
By Christopher Santee
Chaffey held Club Rush Day concurrently with the 10th Anniversary of the Lunar New Year Celebration on Feb. 1 in the Rancho East Quad. The dual event was put on by the joint efforts of the International Student Center, Associated Students of Chaffey College (ASCC), Student Life and Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS). While diverse clubs set up booths to entice students to join their ranks, performers from Ane Thanh Lion Dance helped celebrate the Year of the Rooster.
The following is photo essay capturing the activities of Club Rush and the Lunar New Year Celebration on Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2017. All photos were taken by Christopher Santee.
Special thanks to Graciela C. Arriaga-Sosa, Interim Coordinator of the International Student Center for her help.
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