The Political Science National Honor Society, Pi Sigma Alpha, started off the new year with an exciting meeting determining potential activities for the club this semester. The club has decided on doing a "speaker series" in which professionals from different careers speak to those interested in the career and present exactly what the career entails. As the end of the year quickly approaches, the "speaker series" will help many seniors gain knowledge of what can be done with their major.
So far, the club has discussed bringing in a CLU alum who is a first year student from Pepperdine Law, an attorney, a political journalist, and possibly a politician. The club will be holding two meetings a month. At the meetings, current political events will be discussed as well as finalizing details dealing with the "speaker series."
For those who are a Political Science major/minor, 12 credits (4 upper division) of Political Science classes, and a 3.3 GPA can become members of the National Honor Society. The induction ceremony banquet will be held the beginning of April. Pi Sigma Alpha is set to hold interesting events this semester and the club is open to everybody.