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The Ally Club is an organization for anyone interested in LGBT+ issues and equality. This club is a place for information and community pertaining to events and education. It will also meet weekly to support and work on projects on and off campus.
President: Arianna Jonesyaalmoumin@m.marywood.edu
The purpose of the Marywood Aviators is to provide pilots and other aviation enthusiasts with more knowledge of the firstname.lastname@example.org
The mission of the Chess club is to provide a way for students to play chess, teach basic rules and tactics and to compete in various chess email@example.com
The Computer Programming Club is a club for individuals with an interest in learning and applying various programming languages. Members of the club can work together on different projects of their own choice and design applications both for fun and to expand on their knowledge for their possible future careers. The club is open to students of all skill levels and majors, all that is required is an interest in computer programming, and a desire to learn.
Note: Owning a computer is not necessary as the club will meet in a computer firstname.lastname@example.org
The Dungeons and Dragons club meets twice a week to play the "dungeons and dragons" board game. Experienced and new members are email@example.com
The purpose of this club/organization is to provide an opportunity for students of Marywood University to engage in a healthier campus community through the participation in events and activities that promote nutrition, wellness and stress management. Fruved (for short) stands for FRUits and VEgetables and is a nation-wide movement that originated as a USDA grant-funded intervention/control study at eight universities across the firstname.lastname@example.org
This club promotes social diversity and educational interests of all students, especially international students, study abroad students, and minority students. The club strives to inform and promote an understanding of cultures around the world and within the United States itself. By working closely with the community at large, the club hopes to bring people of all walks of life closer together and create a sense of unity in our interdependent world. Its main goal is to provide a more visible and viable ethnic community and exchange. This group is involved in projects that facilitate sharing among different cultures. Membership is open to all email@example.com
The Gymnastics Club is a club for anyone with an interest in gymnastics! It is non-competitive and just for fun, and no experience is necessary to join. We plan to meet once a week to work out and do gymnastics, alternating between the Marywood gym and a nearby gymnastics facility. Other activities of the club include watching gymnastics competitions on TV and taking bus trips to watch live professional gymnastics meets.
Questions? Contact either of the co-presidents, Gabby at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Jessica at email@example.com@m.marywood.edu
Improv Beyond is the one and only improvisational group at Marywood! Open to all students, we play short and long form games. Meet ups are once a week and we have one large performance each semester! We have also performed at the Vintage Theatre and events around firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
The Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) are a group of college-based officer training programs for training commissioned officers of the United States Armed Forces.firstname.lastname@example.org
The Marywood Players is the only official student-run theatre club on campus. Students have opportunities to be involved both onstage and backstage in faculty-directed mainstage productions, as well as student-directed workshops and showcases in the Black Box Theatre. We work closely with the Theatre Program but students of all majors are welcome to join our ensemble. If you are an actor, technician, or theatre enthusiast this is the club for email@example.com
The purpose of this organization is to increase awareness and participation in the following six wellness dimensions: social, physical, intellectual, cultural, emotional, and spiritual. The wellness peer educators present educational workshops and programs, distribute monthly newsletters that address health and wellness-related issues, and observe and coordinate activities during various nationally recognized awareness weeks, i.e. National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week.firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of this club/organization is to provide an opportunity for students of Marywood University to be involved in the education, advocacy, awareness and justice for those in the public concerning eating disorders. We want the students of Marywood to be aware of eating disorders and symptomatology, help spread awareness, start conversations about tough subjects, and provide fundraising for those seeking recovery through the Project HEAL national email@example.com
The Scrabble Club meets on Marywood's campus to play scrabble on weekday afternoons. The club travels to tournaments if students desire. All levels are firstname.lastname@example.org
The ski and snowboard organization offers discount ski trips and packages during the winter email@example.com
Student Veteran Alliance is a club for all Marywood students. The club informs others of military culture while having fun and giving back to the firstname.lastname@example.org
Support Our Troops is a club on campus that donates care packages to our troops. We provide a sense of pride for our country by giving back to those who risk for much for email@example.com
Volunteers in Action (VIA) is a club for students interested in community and on-campus service projects. Students have the opportunity to gather with others who have similar interests, to learn about and sign up for service opportunities, and to assist with planning events sponsored by the club. Everyone is welcome to attend. Meetings are scheduled every other Monday throughout the academic year.