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Once you have submitted your new organization request through OrgSync you'll need to contact the student organizations office in Wood Center for a meeting regarding your club proposal. We are conveniently located in the Wood Center offices, available via phone at 474-1170, or by email at 

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Student Organization name:

Japanese Club

Student Organization preferred name:

Japan Alaska Club

Student Organization Description:
A cultural club for people interested in Japan and foreign exchange students from Japan wishing to explore Alaska. We encourage and welcome everyone to come (at least once) and see what kind of club we are. What probably makes this club unique is that we start out with new members and become a family by the end of the year. We use sensei, sempai and kohai titles in club, but we're still a group of friends no matter how one looks at it. We also keep close ties with the Mahjong Club, which started as a subgroup of Japan-Alaska Club.

Student Organization Email:,

Student Organization Website:

Student Organization Meeting Time: Fridays 5-7PM

Student Organization Meeting Location: 609 Gruening Language Lab

The Inu-Yupiaq Dance Group invites audience members to join them in a traditional dance at the 2009 SOAR Awards Ceremony.
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