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Arts

I don't know what to write.

Something Artsy!

Photo credits: Clement Ba (Photography & Videography Club)

Hallyu XV

Our mission is to propagate our passion for dancing, singing, rapping, and evening playing an instrument. We accomplish this mission by performing at several events to showcase our efforts and our skills.

Members (last year): 50
Meetings: Twice a week.

Activities (last year): Welcome back event, bake sale, rose sale, dating show dance number and end of year Hallyu show.

Want to join? Contact David Sun by Mio!

Young Mind Magazine

Welcome to Young Mind Magazine, where the magics of imagination and written words happen! If you are looking to enhance your writing skills, to let your wildest thoughts and stories roam free, and/or to simply let your writings be seen by others, Young Mind Magazine is the perfect platform for you! In this club, you will be able to share your favorite stories with your peers, discuss concepts with professional writers, and enjoy with friends the most relaxing reading/writing sessions the college has to offer. We will provide you with weekly prompts that can allow for the most unexpected and diverse stories. Moreover, we seek to publish your works in the form of organized literary magazines every semester. This club is focused on creating works of all genres of fiction, with a consistent theme of “Fantasy and Imagination”. However, this does not mean you can only submit fictional stories to us, as all types of literary creations are welcome, including academic essays you write for class!

Meetings: Every week during AP (possibly on Thursdays)

Activities: Write short stories together, read and share stories, meet with professional writers, submit your writings to be published on our magazine each semester.

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Debate Society

To promote discussion and debate on controversial issues and hone public speaking skills.

Members (last year): 20

Meetings: Once a week, during AP.

Activities: Debate rounds with other club members.

Want to join? Contact Yu Ran Wang by Mio!

The Great Mari Bake Off

Calling all experienced and inexperienced Marianopolis Bakers (as well as the curious-minded ;)) Ever wanted to compete on those TV Baking shows? Get ready to whisk it all and we'll make those sweet dreams come true ~ Our meetings will happen once a month in person, our activities include taste test and voting for your favourite dessert.

Meetings: Thursday

Activities: Baked goods tasting and judging.

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MariMUN

The purpose of MariMUN (Model United Nations) is to bring together people interested in politics, debating, and the United Nations as a whole. Essentially, club members attend different conferences where they have the opportunity to represent a specific country's stance on relevant issues discussed in different UN bodies.

Members (last year): 21
Meetings: Meetings: Once a month during AP or in the evenings on campus.

Activities (last year): Training sessions and attending other MUN conferences.

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The News Blitz

The Marianopolis News Blitz is a student-run newspaper that focuses on debating relevant issues, discussing the impact of modern art on society, as well as covering Congress’ actions and activities that occur on campus; we are the primary source of news of global and school events for Marianopolis students.
website: https://themarinewsblitz.com/ 

Members (last year): 14
Meetings: 2 or 3 times in the whole year, writing without meetings

Activities (last year): Students write on what they want to write, covering Marianopolis student life events and guest speakers.

Want to join? Contact Demetra Kritsidimas by Mio!

Young Poet's Society

A community of people whose goal is to help foster the best possible environment for young poets and writers as well as aspiring poets and writers. We share each other's (and established writer's) poetry, write together, engage in writing activities and workshops and help spread a general appreciation for creative writing!

Meetings: Once a week, either Tuesday or Thursday during AP

Activities: Collective poetry writing sessions (where we all brainstorm and write one original piece)

Want to join? Contact Zaeem Hossain to sign up!

Young Poet's Society

A community of people whose goal is to help foster the best possible environment for young poets and writers as well as aspiring poets and writers. We share each other's (and established writer's) poetry, write together, engage in writing activities and workshops and help spread a general appreciation for creative writing!

Meetings: Once a week, either Tuesday or Thursday during AP

Activities: Collective poetry writing sessions (where we all brainstorm and write one original piece)

Want to join? Contact Zaeem Hossain to sign up!

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