Author: The Crusader Staff Writer, Katelyn Saxe
What is the psychology club? This club was started by a group of psychology members and the help of professors as a way to talk and educate students about hard topics in the field and create a medium for students interested in psychology but not looking to do that as their major. They host fun activities as a way to bring some light to the stressful college life. They have done events that include things like water balloon tosses and obstacle courses. There are also more laid-back meetings where they deliberate and have fun, energizing conversations.
Who can Join? You may think this would be reserved for the psychology majors, but the club is offered to any student here at Belmont Abbey. All are encouraged to come and engage because everyone faces the troubles associated with
stress and burnout of being a bust student, and what a better place to list off some of the weight of those problems!
They typically meet on Thursdays at 12:15 pm, so if you are looking for something to do in between classes, then drop by room 111 in the science building. Just stop by a meeting and see what you think! You do not need to make any formal request to join. Come talk to any of the students that are in the group and just see what you think of a meeting. They are very open to anyone and enjoy the company of a student of any major.