Numbers wise, we started out slow with the Dance Roulette. A lot of people who came to the dance enjoyed it, but there were not as many students in attendance as we would have hoped. MAP quickly bounced back as we had at least 300 attendees at both Midnight Breakfast and Rockland Blowout. While numbers aren’t the only priority, it is definitely nice to see large numbers of students in attendance at events.
Saturday Night Coffee House events are normally low-key events that give students the opportunity to see aspiring professional musicians, and that stayed the same on Saturday night. It was really cool to see every seat in the room filled with students, and they all seemed to enjoy the free mugs, coffee, hot chocolate, tea, and desserts along with a terrific performance by Abe Parker. It was a nice way to end the week.
Students always need an extra kick for motivation on Mondays, as it is one of the toughest days of the week to have energy and be productive. That’s where MAP came in, we gave over 200 containers of candy to roughly 250 students in a little bit under an hour. The line was packed, and students got what they came for at Candy Buffet, a first-time event for MAP.
We are on a roll, and will coming to students with 6 more events in February. The events are Movie Night: Ghostbusters, Pinterest Jams: Mikki Hommel, Valentine’s Acapella: Kazual, Ice Skating Trip, From the Streets to the Stage, and LOL Series: Chris Clark.
See you soon!