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Biola’s active clubs

How to get involved with a smaller community on campus through a club.
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Biola University offers a variety of clubs that provide students the opportunity to find community while learning new things. Here is a look at some of the clubs that are currently active on campus.


In the Unicycle Club, students can learn about encouragement, perseverance and balance. You can email them at [email protected] or reach out to them through their Instagram.


Members of this club are educated, connected and mobilized to steward God’s creation. You can email them at [email protected].


This club is a good way to tap into your child-like side with energizing and fun games that promote well-being. You can email them at [email protected] or check out their Instagram.


In the Cubing Club, students learn how to solve a Rubik’s cube. To find out more information, their email is [email protected].


Members of the club can connect over their shared enjoyment of coffee. They explore the many different kinds of coffee, cultivate community and support local coffee shops. You can email them at [email protected].


The Martial Arts Club teaches self-defense, empowering students with confidence and discipline that can be used in their walk with God. Their email is [email protected].


Some other active clubs include the Apologetics Club, The Weekend Project, the Film Music Guild and the Art League Club.

If you are interested in joining any of these clubs, more information about them can be found on Biola’s Office of Engagement site or you can email the clubs individually.

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Shelby LaPorte
Shelby LaPorte, Staff Writer
Shelby LaPorte is a freshman journalism major with a concentration in writing and publishing. She loves to read, paint, draw, watch movies and shows and go on adventures with her friends. I was born and raised in Fremont, California, about an hour's drive from San Francisco. I’ve moved a total of five times throughout my life and two of these happened in the last three years. I never moved far and remained in the same school district my whole life. Growing up, I spent my time dancing and swimming. These were my great passions for a long time. The summer after I had graduated from high school, I was given a letter that I had written to myself in 6th grade. In this letter, I wrote that I was going to go to Biola. This goes to show that I had known for a long time that Biola was the school for me. I remember visiting the school when I was around ten years old and it didn’t take long for me to fall in love with it. Biola felt like home and from that moment on I knew exactly where my life was going in terms of college.  Though I’ve always loved reading and writing, I never imagined that I would become a journalist. Like a lot of young girls, I dreamed of being a professional ballerina and when that fizzled out, I wanted to be an Olympic swimmer. At some point, I moved beyond these unlikely dreams and landed on nursing. I had no reasoning or understanding of why I wanted to become a nurse, but my mind had been made up. When I came to Biola last fall, I began my nursing journey. However, about halfway through the semester, I took a moment to think about what I was doing and realized this wasn’t where I was meant to be. I stumbled upon the idea that journalism may be the career path for me and this semester is my first as a journalism major. I’m so excited to see what God has in store for me for the rest of my time at Biola.
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