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Hobbies/Social Organizations

Brooch N' Button Club

"Make Buttons. Talk about Buttons." The Brooch N' Button Club explores how people express their identities and ideas through brooches and buttons.

CIA (Cinephiles in Action)

Come enahnce your understanding of the art of film. We want to make film & movies accessible to everyone in the club and at MICA.

The Guild

This is an organization for students to hang out and play various traditional and role playing games including Dungeons & Dragons, Magic the Gathering, Pirates, Heroclix, Pokemon and others. We occasionally plan a trip to the Renaissance Festival, along with regular Magic drafts and play tests for both new and familiar games.

Ingredient Club

Are you interested in exploring food? Have you been engaged in food conversations that you wanted to incorporate to your art practice? Join us in mkaing art more delicious!

The League of Legends Club

The purpose of the league club is to provide a space for people to share their interest in League of Legends. It will provide an opportunity for students to connect with each other and build an inclusive community within MICA. Not only that, it's a great way to relieve stress but just have a fun time!

MICA Anime Club

Every weekend, the club will show one of Studio Ghibli Amazing films. From Sprit Away to Graveyard of the Fireflies, each weekend will choice a random film from Ghibli. Hoping to show some more obscure works Ghibli has done along with a quiz night to test one trivial with each film, with prizes and such.

The Pokemon League

This group is here to bring MICA students together to interact with others who love the game and franchise.

Sequential Arts Club

Our goal is to provide an outlet for MICA students interested in making comics and other forms of sequential art and visual journalism. We encourage and critique each others' work, as well as produce several zines and anthologies of our work over the course of the year.

Smash Club

To gather smash fans to play this really fun fighting game. It's a way to make new friends and to take a break from work and release some stress. We have been meeting for two years now consistently every Friday. Club leaders and members bring Tvs and controllers for all members.

Urban Gaming Club

The best place for big games in an urban environment. UGC produces one week-long, campus-wide game in the latter half of each semester, plus an additional short game in the early spring. Both semester games are jam-packed with leader-generated story and nightly game events, starting with Humans vs. Zombies in the fall. Active exploration of campus and team-based competition are a great way to build friendships as well as take a fun break between midterms and finals.

This page was last updated on 11/14/2016.