Student Clubs at OxVegas!

Tuesday night at Miami Dining’s Homecoming dinner, OxVegas, there was a ton of student engagement and several on-campus organizations had the chance to perform at the event.

IMG_5179Immediately walking into Harris, there was entertainment in the form of a living statue and the Juggling Club.

The Juggling Club (which meets twice a week, Tuesday outside of Phillips and Saturday outside of the Rec, at 6pm) had a great time showing off their skills and talking to people about their organization.

From responses like:

“This is really exciting for us! We’re meeting lots of cool new people.”

-Brent Eastman, Vice President

to short and sweet responses like:

“It’s all cool.”

-Christina Tenison, Secretary

Miami Dining is happy to hear it all! And we’re especially happy to reach out to student organizations and actually work with Miami students.

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On the topic of juggling:

“Anyone can juggle, you just have to practice.”

-Logan Babcock, President and Founder

After dinner one day, be sure to check out one of their meetings!

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IMG_5305The Miami University Irish Dance Club was another organization that was featured last night.

This performance was a special event for this club because it was their first performance on campus.

Even while I was talking to this club, post-performance, everyone who passed said some version of “so cool” or “great job.”

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If this is an organization you’d be interested in joining, email Kelcey Steele at steelekk@miamioh.edu

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A huge thank you and great job to all of the other organizations who performed for OxVegas!

Just Duet, Soul2Soul, Treblemakers, Misfitz, and Indian Student Association

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