Anthropology Club

What is the Anthropology Club?

The Anthropology Club is a group of students and faculty who promote interest in the discipline of Anthropology. We plan and promote speakers, trips, and events which relate to all 4 of the subdivisions within Anthropology.

Our main event for every year is the planning and hosting of our Anthropology Conference to be held in May in conjunction with Scholar's Week. Planning starts Winter quarter and continues until the event date in May.

Can anyone be involved?

Yes! Anyone with an interest in Anthropology or its related sub-disciplines can come to the meetings and the events we organize. We welcome under grads, grad students, faculty, alumni, folks yet undecided, etc.

When are club meetings?

Anthropology Club is held on Wednesdays at 5pm in Arntzen Hall 319. Club meetings consist of faculty talks, mixers, occasional game nights, movies, and much more!

Can I still be involved if I can't come to the meetings?

Yes! Check out the Events page, and be sure to send us your email so that we can send you emails about the club's events. On any space limited trips or events, Anthropology Club members get first choice with any opening on a first come first serve basis.

Check out the WWU Anthropology Club Instagram! Follow us to be sure not to miss any club events.

Club Officers

Lead Officer

Ashelyn Holm

Co-Lead Officer

Jada Love

Events Coordinator

Dylan Bertapelle

Communications Officer

Eleanor John

Incoming Officers

Lead President

Dylan Bertapelle


Jada Love

Events Coordinator and Treasurer

Ashir Green

Communications Officer and Social Media Manager

Rain-Cheyenne Fox

For More Information

For additional information, you may contact  the club at


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