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Anthropology Club

The Anthropology Club at Brigham Young University serves all students interested in anthropology and archaeology by creating a collaborative learning environment outside of formal classes; establishing mentoring relationships between upper and lower classmen as well as between graduate and
undergraduate students; providing a forum for anthropological research and creative endeavors for students pursuing higher education; and facilitating opportunities for students to think and communicate clearly on anthropological topics while exploring other cultural traditions as well as their own. Club membership is open to all full-time students, not just anthropology majors. Lectures, discussions, and activities are interdisciplinary in nature and provide an opportunity for students to consider their own interests from new perspectives. Dues are $5 per semester, or $8 per year. Activities and meetings are held every Wednesday, in the Foreign Language Activity Center on BYU campus (JFSB B003).

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