MC Clubs host events around campus

Circle K paired with the Kiwanis Club to organize for students, Kelly Hernadez, Jordan Dopp, Chandlar Godfrey, Grace Kidd, Kelton Bloxham, Kayla Love, Elania Wilson, Alexis Collins, Suzanne Moser, Ryne Slimmerly, Robyn Binary, and Kennedy Hardnett, to improve the landscape around the Fort Craig Boys and Girls Club on October 3rd. 

Photo courtesy of Kelly Hernadez.

Freshman Kayla Love participates in Circle K’s October 3rd event by clearing away debris. For more information on Circle K’s events, follow them on instagram at @maryvillecollegecki and subscribe to their email list. 

Photo courtesy of Kelly Hernadez.

Emily Rogers and Carmela Lewis pose with their newly created mason bee houses they made with Maryville College’s Environmental Action Team. 

Photo Courtesy of EAT.

The Maryville College’s Environmental Action Team(EAT) partnered with Emily Huffstetler, owner of Build for Bees, to safely teach interested students to build bee houses. EAT left materials outside of Pearsons for students to use during the club’s zoom instruction on how to build bee houses. 

Photo Courtesy of EAT.

Members of Latinx Student Alliance(LSA), Selena Case, Kelly Hernandez, Valentino Morales, Alexa Maqueo-Toledo, Graci Black, Kassandra Severiano, and Allie Osario gather to play loteria and celebrate their first in-person meeting of the year. 

Photo courtesy of LSA.

LSA will be back with more safe events later this year. They will be hosting a Dia de Los Muertos painting event on November 2nd. Check the [email protected] for more details. 

Photo courtesy of LSA.

Members of the 3D Printing club, Justice Williams, Kayla Love, Anevay Nichol, and Megan Pogue, learned about the printers in the makerspace and the TronXY in the chemistry computer lab. 

Photo courtesy of MC 3DPrinters.

 Kelly Hernandez, Shonkhrukh Samadov, Cooper Read, and Kacie Mitchell practiced modeling on Fusion360 during the biweekly club meeting. Make sure to check out their next meeting October 19th at 4 o’clock. 

Photo courtesy of MC 3DPrinters.

Kylie Sliger and Kelton Bloxham participated in the Student Programming Board’s(SPB) Chalk it up event. Sliger chose to illustrate Sponge-bob because her “life is based off of sponge-bob and vine references.” Bloxham wanted to represent all the bonners and sign language majors on campus. 

Photo courtesy of Kelton Bloxham.

SPB is hosting a drive-in every two weeks! The next will be a double feature on October 14th starting at 7 o’clock. Check their instagram for more exciting and interactive events. 

Photo By Alexis Collins.

The Peer Educators had a Let’s Make Art Event. Supplies were provided and participants were spaced 6+ feet apart. Check their Instagram and the [email protected] for more information on upcoming events. 

Photo By Savannah Stewart.

Junior, Abby Frain poses with her interpretation of what love means to her. 

Photo By Savannah Stewart.

Mathematics professor, Dan Ross, climbs the tower with his family during the weekly Camp4. If you are interested in climbing the Alpine tower, doing yoga, and/or taking a walk in the woods you can sign up at https://mtnchallenge.com/fall-2020/ 

Photo by Savannah Stewart.

Claire Willenbrink partakes in a weekend yoga trip with mountain challenge. To see all the weekend opportunities follow this link: https://mtnchallenge.com/fall-2020/ 

Photo by Parker Owens.

The MC Democrats, Independents, and Republicans collaborated to show a socially distanced viewing of the president and vice president debates. 

Photo by Kayla Love.

Students gathered together to watch the vice presidential debate. Make sure to look for information on a viewing for the next debate on October 22nd. 

Photo by Kayla Love.

From left to right: Shokhrukh Samadov, Benjamin, Betty Asha, Nenny are enjoying a GCO event.

Photo Courtesy of GCO.

 From left to right: Nereida Djassi, Shokhrukh Samadov, Betty Asha, and Nenny are enjoying World Cup of coffee. Check out GCO’s instagram for more event information. 

Photo courtesy of GCO.

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