With sunshine, music and a quad packed with students, Quadchella, hosted two weeks ago, was a rousing success for Paly’s Associated Student Body (ASB).
“I think [Quadchella] went awesome; every day we had a huge turnout and great support for all the artists,” said junior class Vice President Ben Rapperport. “Especially on Club Day with all the activities, everyone came out and enjoyed the music.”
Many students perused the diverse club offerings on Sept. 15 — the last day of Quadchella — and the quad was bustling with both Quadchella and Club Day attendees.
ASB Clubs Commissioner Adeline Zhou was happy with the success of Club Day.
“I think Club Day went as smoothly as it possibly could and was pretty successful,” Zhou said. “We had a phenomenal turnout, with over 1000 students and 100 clubs on the quad. It was wonderful to see so many students explore their interests.”
Clubs started on the week of Sept. 18 and are now kicking into full gear. Students can find a full list of clubs on the Paly ASB website. According to Zhou, ASB wants to be more involved in helping clubs succeed.
“ASB plans on visiting each club at least once a semester to improve communication among the student body,” Zhou said. “We want to make our presence more prevalent to clubs, whether that be aiding in publicity and fundraising or offering all the support we can.”
With Quadchella and Club Day behind them, ASB has now pivoted towards preparing for homecoming and spirit week, which are quickly approaching on the week of Oct. 23-28.
Rapperport said, “We are working on a theme for Homecoming and designing the floats and songs for spirit week.”