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Established in 2016, we aim to provide a safe and friendly haven for anthropology majors and non-majors interested in the field or related fields. It is our goal to discuss and participate in all four fields of anthropology: cultural, biological, linguistic, and archaeology, while cultivating a community of students passionate about higher education.

Instagram : ccanthropology

What does our anthropology club do?

Volunteering (mobile food pantry and eighth grade major fair); fundraising for refugees through the IRC; donating presents for the holidays; organizing our school's canned food drive to fill campus pantries; educational trips to Joshua Tree, Los Angeles Zoo and Natural History Museum; hiking; trips to Olvera Street for Dia de Los Muertos; ethnic dining; professor presentations; potluck at the end of the semesters; and attend local pow wows and cultural events.


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