Crust Eaters, Squirrel Fans Among Weird College Clubs There's a society for every taste By Matt Cantor, Newser User Posted Sep 11, 2011 2:25 PM CDT 1 comment Comments This is a job for the crust eaters. (Shutterstock) (Newser) – Looking to meet like-minded people as the new school year begins? Never fear—these days, there’s a club for everybody, the Detroit Free Press reports. A few of the oddest: Squirrel clubs. Both the University of Michigan and Western Michigan University offer societies aimed at interacting with our bushy-tailed friends. Tree Musketeers. Northern Michigan’s club welcomes those interested in learning to swing from tree to tree in the manner of Tarzan. Lumberjack Club. The Michigan Tech group’s entry requirement: Must “legitimately own flannel.” Flow of Poi Club. For those at Oakland University who want to improve their skills spinning balls on ropes, an art form native to New Zealand. Childish Games Commission. Kalamazoo College students should join if they’re interested in scavenger hunts or playing Quidditch. Dignified Educated United Crust Eaters Society. Aimed at those WMU students who value the eating of pizza crusts.