Hart clubs continue to serve community

Project Linus is an organization dedicated to making blankets for low-income children in LA, and there’s an offshoot right here at Hart. If you’re interested in helping out with the cause, Project Linus meets every Monday in F31. Everyone is welcome to contribute.

Finals will take place in May and doing well is important, especially for those planning to attend college. For anyone struggling with math or just looking to study, Math Club is the perfect opportunity to get the help you need. The club meets every Thursday in M5. There are plenty of people there who can help you with your math needs, whether it be algebra, pre-calculus, trigonometry, calculus, and more.

Amigos Unidos Latinos is a club dedicated to celebrating Hispanic culture and diversity at Hart. 

“The club’s aim is to promote the group’s culture while also supporting its peers,” said the club’s vice president, Eddie Rodriguez.

Amigos Unidos Latinos has organized several events this year, including the Día de Muertos event that celebrated one of Mexico’s most important holidays. The club is always planning their next event, so be on the lookout for what they do next. Feel free to stop by room Q-6 during lunch on Friday if you want to attend their meetings.