Laker Life Briefs 9/20

Sabrina Edwards, Laker Life Editor

Make your own boba

The Office of Multicultural Affairs is hosting an event on Sept. 21 where students can make their own boba. The build your own boba event will be from 5- 6:30 p.m. in the Holton Hooker Multipurpose room. They’re hosting this as a welcome back to the semester event for the office. It is free to attend and everything will be provided for students. There will be a range of different options, from flavors of tea to different toppings and even food. Students are welcome to come try their own mixtures of boba and socialize with their peers.

Interested in Dungeons and Dragons?

The Dungeons and Dragons club is hosting meetings every Tuesday from 7 to 10 p.m. The meetings take place in Kirkhof in rooms 2215/2216. There are annual fees to be a part of this group, members have to pay $5. Dungeons and Dragons is a fantasy table-top roleplaying game where players can create their own character. They then go on a campaign led by their dungeon master. There are multiple different types of campaigns people can participate in. For more information on the campaigns reach out to [email protected]

Make blankets with Phi Sigma Phi

Phi Sigma Phi- Epsilon Psi is hosting an event where students can gather to make blankets. The event will take place on Sept. 22 from 6-7 p.m. in Kirkhof room 1142. Students can gather with Phi Sigma Phi to help give back to the community. All of the blankets will be donated to homeless shelters. The supplies will be available for free for anyone who attends, students will be crafting fleece blankets. Those who are interested can RSVP on LakerLink so Phi Sigma Phi knows how many students will be attending.

Kickback at Kirkhof

Friday Sept. 24 students can attend the kickback outside of Kirkhof. Everything will be taking place in the Kirkhof lawn. Students are asked to bring their ID’s in order to check out game supplies. There will be cornhole, can jam and spike ball available. There will be music streaming as well. 

Karaoke battle off

Student Senate is hosting a karaoke battle on Sept. 28 in the Grand River room at Kirkhof from 6 to 8 p.m. This event will support a beneficiary for Battle of the Valleys, “I Understand.” Students can come to watch or perform a song. The cost to attend is $3 per person and all proceeds go to “I Understand,” which is an organization that works to help end the stigma around mental health and works to help those with mental illnesses. Student Senate is asking those who want to attend to fill out their self-assessment event pass filled out before they attend. Students can RSVP on Laker Link to attend.