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New Club Profile: Asian Affinity Association

Elle McCreadie

Students at CHS have the opportunity to start or join as many clubs as they would like, and as a result, there is an ever-growing list of clubs to choose from. The newest addition is the Asian Affinity Association. Janaki Nallmonthu is the president and could not be more excited for the new space the club will create at CHS.

“When you have a different culture it can be hard to connect with others,” Nallamonthu said. “It’d be fun to have anyone who wants to come to [Asian Affinity Association] and share a part of themselves.”

The inspiration for her club came from being a part of the Indian Student Association at Huron High School during her freshman year. The association turned out to be a very positive and memorable experience for Nallamonthu, and now she’s re-creating that for CHS students. This year, the Asian Affinity Association will be held in Room 320 every Wednesday during lunch. Nallamonthu hopes her club can be a safe space for anyone who needs it.

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Nina Tinney, Journalist
Nina is a junior and is entering her third semester on staff. When she's not writing articles, you can find her dancing ballet, perusing old magazines or baking cookies. She is passionate about sharing other peoples' stories and can't wait to see all the amazing work that will be done this year.
Elle McCreadie, Journalist
Elle is a junior at CHS and this is her first year on staff. Outside of room 300, you can find her playing guitar in her room, drinking a matcha latte, or contemplating buying concert tickets. Elle loves spending time with family and friends, swimming in lakes up north, and doing absolutely anything involving music. She is super excited to see what this year in Journalism brings!

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