Clubs’ Night fun for all despite disorganization

135
0
SHARE
FREEZE: Clubs compete in the ‘Freeze Dance’ competition. PHOTO BY BRIAN RATTO

The Fall 2011 Clubs’ Night was held on Oct. 14.

At the event, in between dancing to music provided by DJ Apex, also know as Brandie Spencer, and eating dinner catered by Rubio’s, members of campus clubs participated in contests such as ‘Musical Balls’ and ‘Freeze Dance’ for monetary prizes.

Despite some disorganization with the contests and food tickets, the night concluded without incident.

“No Clubs’ Night goes completely smoothly,” said Katelyn Mehring, head of this semester’s Clubs’ Night Committee.

“Usually people get disgruntled for the first few hours, but after the dancing and dinner, they start enjoying themselves.”

Writer’s Guild member Donald Anderson, 37, echoed the sentiment, stating that there had always been some disorganization present in the event, but he was having fun regardless.

Clubs’ Night Contest Winners:

Knowledge Bowl
1st – CLEF
2nd – LULAC
3rd – Delta PSI
Musical Balls
1) GMB
2) PASA
3) Generation 4 Change

Freeze Dance
1) MECHA
2) CLEF
3) AGS
Steal the Sombrero
1)AGS
2) SHIP-MESA
3) Delta PSI