Tuesdays & Thursdays: 6 – 9 pm (1L19)
Meet and greet with fellow “Otakus” that want to watch anime and learn about Japanese Culture.
Wednesdays: 5 – 7 pm (2H12)
Do you enjoy singing? Want to develop your vocal and choral skills? Consider joining the Loyalist College Community Choir. Our choir director, Keri Kerby, is a music graduate from Queen’s University and brings a wealth of choral directing and vocal skills to our Loyalist group.
Primary Goals for the Loyalist College Community Choir:
- To provide for musical outlet and development of members to reach their potential
- To promote a variety of music genres, learn fundamental theory and performance technique such as tonality, musicality, and diction
- To join students, staff, and alumni in the joy of song
- To perform at various school and non-school events
Dungeons & Dragons
Mondays: 6 – 9 pm (2L50)
Come join the adventure in dungeons and fantasy locations.
Thursdays: 6 – 9 pm (2L11)
Do you have a passion for gaming but few people to share it with? Do you have great gaming potential and want to unleash it? Come join the Loyalist Gamer Society! A place where you can game for fun, or compete with other gamers as well as make new friends to share your love of gaming. Some come on out & get your game on!
Sustainable Loyalist is looking for volunteers to help with any or all of the following:
- Help with tree planting on campus
- Volunteer with the Loyalist Garden Club
- Get involved with sustainable initiatives on campus by joining the Eco-Reps team
To volunteer or for more information, contact:
Mondays: 6 – 7 pm (1L26)
A fun and safe environment to express your passion for dance! Drop in whenever you can, no commitment necessary. Dance to whatever music you like, learn new skills! Have fun!!
Loyalist Pride on Campus
Wednesdays: 12 – 1 pm (3H12)
To welcome students into the safe and supportive campus environment that we have created and continue to build. For all students under the rainbow!
Sessions to be announced
Opportunity to share skills and experiences while designing and fabricating a custom costume for a local child in a wheelchair.
Wednesdays: 11 am – 12 pm (3H11)
Have you ever heard the comment I should write a book? You may have said it yourself. Now is your opportunity to do it! This club is open to any student who has a story to tell. We will share writing methods for the entire writing process from idea to edit. We will participate in NANOWRIMO in November (National Novel Writing Month) to get that novel written. 50,000 words in 30 days. Yes it can be done! Even by a beginner! During second semester we will focus on the rewriting and revising process which will take us to the exciting editing process. I am kidding, editing is hard work. The idea is that by the end of the school year you just might have completed your first novel! Keep it under your bed or submit it for publishing, the choice is yours. Even if you don’t complete your novel it doesn’t matter, what matters is that you tried. Writing is a journey so just take it!
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for meeting details
Rotaract is Rotary’s global network of young adults, ages 18 to 30. Join a movement of exceptional individuals who are using their skills, talents, and energy to help others. As a Rotaractor, you can:
- Volunteer locally and internationally
- Build career contacts
- Develop leadership skills
- Network with service-minded people worldwide
- Make new friends and have fun!
Sessions to be announced
Have a passion for writing? Got an idea or concept that you would like to elaborate on? Do you need an audience or a healthy critique of your work? Join Us! Collaboration, sharing and adventure is what awaits any Loyalist writers. The club will be run in a democratic manner, there is no leader, there is no teacher, all ideas are valid and all people are welcome.