The Glee Club performed an array of songs from Sia’s “Chandelier” to Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah,” and the Christmas Classic “Silent Night.” The Improv Troupe left students rolling in the isle with family situational humor.
After the performances, students filed into the lobby where representatives from clubs and organizations had set up tables covered in traditional foods, holiday drinks, and games.
Abdul Bamajboor, a member of the Arabic Club, said the club, “Just wanted to enjoy everyone.” The club brought baklava and coconut biscuits as a sampling of their culture’s treats.
The Gaming Club was also in attendance. Their table featured both board games and video games. Club Vice President, Nathan Haoles said, “We’ve got a lot of events coming up and we’re creating a lot. We want to make sure people know about it.”
Chinese Club President Pei Jun wanted to make sure the nearly 300 new Chinese students that come to the Los Angeles each year knew the Chinese Club existed. “I want to see more students at our events. We’re going to a lot more screenings in the near future.”
New York Film Academy would like to thank all those students who attended as well as every club who brought part of their culture to share with their fellow students. We wish warm and happy holidays to all.