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Welcome to the OrgSync page for the University of Denver's Anime Club!

We currently meet on Saturdays during the quarter at 6:00 PM in the Driscoll Underground (the large room of chairs and tables and couches underneath Jazzmans, next to the Information Desk). There is free anime, great company, and usually free food and drink.

If you are on Facebook, we have a group set up through DU's system. You will have to register with DU via Facebook (using your DU email) before joining. This is a great way to get notifications and updates quickly and easily, but information will be put on OrgSync as well.

Please feel free to join here or email emily.mehregan@gmail.com if you have any questions about the DU Anime Club. We hope to see you soon!

Portal Information

Description

The DU anime club is open to all and screens anime shows and movies from 6PM-9PM every Saturday in Driscoll Underground. This club is to watch, discuss, and promote Japanese culture and animation.

Category

Clubs

Club Email (if applicable)
Meeting Day

Saturday

Meeting Time

6 PM to 9 PM

Meeting Location

Driscoll Underground

Please list the President's name here.

As required by the SOC Bylaws, your organization must have a President, VP and Treasurer.

Emily Mehregan

Please list the President of your organization email address.
Please list the Vice President of your organization

Joni Maxson

Please list the Vice President of your organization email address
Please list the Treasurer of your organization

Sedona Dorsett

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Selection Process

If your organization has selective membership, please describe the selection process.

We are a completely inclusive club with no selection process, anyone in the greater DU community is welcome to events and meetings.

Advisor Name

Orna Shaughnessy

Advisor School Title

Assistant Professor of Japanese

Description and Purpose

The DU Anime Club is an inclusive club that seeks to promote discussion, awareness, and enjoyment of Japanese animation and culture. We have been on campus for several years now and hold a variety activities, including weekly screenings of anime voted on by our members and special public meetings at the start of every quarter. We also support and provide resources for the development of Japan-related drawing, cooking, and discussion.

Organization Membership

31-60

Constitution

Required for student organizations