York Federation of Students - Clubs

Clubs

There are over 250 accredited clubs by the YFS. The wide variety of clubs range from cultural, religious, political, and social. For a list of clubs, check the Club List.

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Darlington F.C. - Supporters and Rivalries
... is reciprocated in a 2008 survey, 95% of supporters of both clubs named the other as their bitterest rivals ... The clubs, based 25 miles (40 km) apart, with Middlesbrough directly between the two towns, had met 147 times (as of 2009–10), of which Hartlepool won 60 to Darlington's 57 ... The meeting between the two clubs in 2007 attracted a crowd of 10,121 to the Darlington Arena, the largest attendance for that League fixture for 50 years, though the average League attendance ...
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Wilkes University - Student Life - Clubs and Organizations
... Numerous student-run clubs are recognized and funded by the student government ... Many of the clubs are athletically focused, representing sports including Crew, Lacrosse, Running, Skiing, Volleyball, and Ultimate Frisbee ... Clubs associated with academics and majors represent Psychology, Sociology, Criminology, and Pre-Pharmacy ...

Famous quotes containing the word clubs:

    As night returns bringing doubts
    That swarm around the sleeper’s head
    But are fended off with clubs and knives ...
    John Ashbery (b. 1927)

    It is always a practical difficulty with clubs to regulate the laws of election so as to exclude peremptorily every social nuisance. Nobody wishes bad manners. We must have loyalty and character.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    Remember that the peer group is important to young adolescents, and there’s nothing wrong with that. Parents are often just as important, however. Don’t give up on the idea that you can make a difference.
    —The Lions Clubs International and the Quest Nation. The Surprising Years, I, ch.5 (1985)