Parent Organization: University of Michigan (Ann Arbor)
As the oldest continually active student group on the University of Michigan campus (founded in 1907), the Society of Les Voyageurs upholds a long-standing tradition of convening over the love for nature and the out of doors. The Society owns a cabin on the Huron River just north of downtown called Habe Mills Pine Lodge that was built in 1927 to house the Society, its activities, as well as those members who choose to live there. The group also hosts potluck dinners every Sunday at 6pm, followed by a program from a professor or a community member pertaining to learning more about the out of doors. The group is known to embark occasionally on casual outings such as hiking, backpacking, rock climbing, caving, cross-country skiing, etc.
New members are invited by vote of the current Active members based on a judgement of mutual interest, enthusiasm, and ethics regarding the out of doors. Invitations are distributed and invitees may accept or decline based on their own interest.
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Voluntary Student Organization
Ann Arbor, MI 48105