Social Clubs

With around 2500 students at a time, Marianopolis students have many different interests. Social clubs are beacons to meet like-minded individuals and opportunities for all to start new hobbies.

Marifilms

We make movies and share our love for films.

Members (last year): 29

Meetings: Once a month during AP or during the weekend on campus and on Zoom.

Activities (last year): Film festival (showcased student-made short films and gave awards) and movie streaming.

Want to join? Contact Vanessa Nseir by Mio!

The Comfy Club

Our club initiative is to create a safe space for students. We host activities to help whenever students feel overwhelmed or stressed, such as baking and crafting workshops, and we create calming lofi playlists for their studies.

Members (last year): 25

Activities (last year): Making Easter bead jewelry and outing at Ceramic Café. 

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Marianopolis Werewolf Club

The purpose of our club is to let our members to relax from studying by playing a fun game-werewolf.

Members (last year): 20

Meetings: Once a week during AP on campus.

Activities (last year): Werewolf Games

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Study Sheep

Through small-scale studying and chilling sessions, Study Sheep aims to improve Marianopolis students' mental well-being by developing healthy habits related to time management, organization, and sleep, all in a friendly and collaborative environment.

Members (last year): 15
Meetings: Once every two weeks after school, in person and on Discord.

Activities (last year): Themed study sessions, raffles, surveys, and fundraisers.

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Board Games Club

The Board Games Club is here for anyone who wants to play D&D, board game classics or learn new advanced ones. We want to make it easier for everyone to find people to play with.

Members (last year): 10
Meetings: Decided as a group (Can be AP/After School/Weekends)

Activities : Assorted board games and D&D

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Trivia Competition Club

The Marianopolis Trivia Competition Club represents Marianopolis in Reach for the Top, a Canadian trivia championship.

Members (last year): 8

Meetings: Once a week during AP on campus.

Activities (last year): Trivia Competition

Want to join? Contact Sari Warshawsky by Mio!

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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Philosophy Club

The Philosophy club will allow you to learn and develop your thought processes, views, curiosity, and eloquence through philosophical discussions.

Meetings: Once a week during AP on campus.

Activities: Philosophical discussions.

Want to join? 

Questions? Contact Arash Meghdadi Esfahani by Mio!

Anime Club

Show and talk about Japanese animation, anime, to likeminded people and be a place for them to talk freely

Members (last year): 50
Meetings: Once a month during Friday evening or during the weekend on Discord.

Activities (last year): Anime streaming and game night.

Want to join? Contact Mia Yu by Mio!

Origami Club 

We teach club members how to make different origami creations and spend our club meetings making origami in a relaxed and casual setting.

Members (last year): 10
Meetings: Once a month during AP on campus.

Activities (last year): Participated in ArtCon and sold origami to raise money for War Child Foundation

Want to join? Contact Satvroula Markomanolaki by Mio!

Unheard Voices Book Club

To promote diversity in literature by encouraging members to discover books written by authors from a wide variety of backgrounds

Members (last year): 7
Meetings: Once a month during AP on campus.

Activities (last year): Book Club meetings (discussions and pizza) and Kahoots.

Want to join? Contact Norah Dupont by Mio!

Female Force

The Female Force strives to empower women from all walks of life across the world. Our mission is to allow the strength and beauty of every woman's unique experiences to shine. Our goal is to highlight all aspects of the struggles and the triumphs of women on a global scale and offer young women the tools to pursue success.

Members (last year): 28
Meetings: Once a month during AP on campus.

Activities (last year): Bake sale, clothing drive, self-defense courses (which we will do again this year) and a women's cabaret

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Truth & Reconciliation Club

The Marianopolis Truth & Reconciliation Club aims to raise awareness around contemporary Indigenous issues and Canada's colonial history, all while creating a safe community for both Indegenous and non-Indigenous students.

Members (last year): 7
Meetings: Once or twice per semester during AP on campus.

Activities (last year): Coffee and chatting introduction event, short film streaming and art sale.

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NHL Club

A club to allow fellow students the opportunity to discuss and express their opinions and passion for the NHL and respective teams. 

Members (last year): 23

Meetings: In-person only if required.
Activities: Online/in-person discussions, fantasy hockey league, bracket challenge for playoffs, and hopefully floor hockey games. Working on having viewing parties, and a prediction game!

Want to join? 
Any questions? Contact Daniel Wei by Mio!

Pre-Law Society

The Marianopolis Society of Law seeks to engage students who are actively interested in exploring and deepening their knowledge on the field of law. Furthermore, the club also seeks to provide opportunities to connect with individuals within the industry and to gain valuable experience.

Activities: Panels with guest speakers and a mock trial.

Want to join? Contact Samuel Wong by Mio!

Culinary Club

The Culinary Club strives to provide an inviting space for students to take a break by sharing their culture through food or by learning to prepare food.

Members (last year): 50

Meetings: 2-3 times per semester, online or on campus.

Activities (last semester): Snow cone sale, cotton candy sale, cooking along streams on Discord

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Wellness Club

The Wellness Club aims to educate students on balance, time management, and helpful study tips. This club promotes setting attainable goals that contribute to a healthy lifestyle while learning how to be realistic. This club is a fun space to disconnect from the repercussions of toxic productivity and "hustle" culture. In other words, this is a guide to staying sane at Marianopolis!

Members (last year): 10

Meetings: Every 2-3weeks, during AP

Activities (last year): Discussions about stress and how to succeed as Marianopolis students.

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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!

Black Widow

Black Widow aims to empower young women at the college to embrace a healthy lifestyle whilst thriving in their studies, and encourage movement and positive body image amongst female youth. From synchronous workouts, running sessions, to bike rides, Black Widow is a safe space for young women to become their best selves.

Meetings: Every 2 weeks

Activities (last semester): Synchronous group workouts and activities (Running, cycling, yoga, HIIT, etc.) and asynchronous workouts for ponderation hours

Want to join? Contact Catherine Wang or Sana Mhish by Mio!