Momentum Award: Outdoor Club
After Two Years Of Fighting For Recognition, The Outdoor Club Finally Makes It Official
Published: Thursday, May 3, 2012
Updated: Wednesday, January 9, 2013 19:01
Considering the challenges that still exist, the club has a difficult road ahead. “As much progress as we’ve made, this club is still in its infancy,” Dougherty said. “The only foundational aspect that’s missing is the full support of the administration.”
Next year, under the leadership of Ceraolo, the club will continue to stay focused on its goals, just as it has for the past three years, as it has risen from an idea to an RSO. “Student-led trips have always been the focus of the OCBC,” Ceraolo said. In order to continue highlighting that point, the group wants students to be able to keep contributing ideas to the club as it looks to work with the University to host more events outside of Boston. A great amount of progress has been made through the hard work of the group’s members, and their members hope to continue dedicating their efforts toward bringing their visions for the club to fruition.