Mohawk students were recently given another chance to fall in love with MSA clubs. On Feb. 5 an MSA Clubs Fair (the second one of the current school year) was held in The Arnie at Mohawk’s Fennell Campus. This event gives students a chance to meet and connect with members of different MSA clubs that are run by students at the college.
Students were also able to join clubs of their interest at the event.
If you weren’t able to make it out, or if you just want to look back at the fun, we snapped a few (okay, maybe a lot) photos to show students who weren’t able to make it out what the event looked like.
Here’s what the latest MSA clubs fair looked like.
The Photography Club set up a Valentine’s Day themed photo-opt which was enjoyed by many who came out to the event.
The Photography Club set up a fun photo-opt at the Clubs Fair.
Students were able to learn more about some of the newer MSA Clubs – including the Life Drawing Club.
Students were able to learn more about MSA Clubs of their interest.
Attendees were able to meet and speak with members of many different clubs – including the Mohawk Anime Club, and the Traditional Board Gaming Club.
Who doesn’t love free food and beverages?
Free food and beverages were provided at the Clubs Fair.
Attendees were able to ask questions and learn more about the club(s) they were interested in.
Attendees were able to ask questions about the clubs of their interest.
There were even live performances.
Throughout the Clubs Fair, attendees were encouraged to speak with as many clubs as possible. Those who spoke with at least seven clubs were entered in a draw to win some exciting prizes. The MSA President – Sheldon Coombs drew the names for these prizes.
The MSA President – Sheldon Coombs – speaking on stage.
We think it’s safe to say that some students fell in love with clubs at the February 2020 MSA Clubs Fair.
The Photography Club’s photo-opt was a huge hit.
Joining an MSA Club is an excellent way for Mohawk students to enhance their college experience beyond just academics – this is a message that was often reiterated at the Clubs Fair.
Written by: Paige Petrovsky