Thanks to faculty advisors Greg Wigmore and Meg Gudgeirsson, and student officers (Lex Sanicola, Katherine Porter, Phoebe Luongo, Mary Claire Simone, and Madison Givens), the History Club hit the ground running this quarter. It already sponsored a rousing game of “Secret Hitler,” the social deduction board game that pits liberals against fascists.
You can follow the club's new social media presence on the web! The account name is @scuhistoryclub on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
And there’s more!!! Associated Student Government has approved the History Club as a Registered Student Organization (RSO). As an RSO, the club is now eligible for partial funding and privileges such as the right to table on campus and the right to reserve university venues for events. The club's enthusiastic and well organized group of officers steered the application through the process.
Feb 14, 2018
Professor Naomi Andrews provides historical context before play commences of another action packed round of “Secret Hitler.”