The Business and Society Student Associaton (BUSOSA) and the Economic Students’ Association (ESA) joined forces to present The Wolf of Wall Street Movie Night, and WOW what a night! The team work between the two clubs exemplifies what Vanier College is all about–family. Kenneth Reyna, Director of Student Engagement of thne ESA said, “it’s always a joy to see our efforts provide a stress-outlet for students. I hope we can continue to have events like this for the future.”
Between the laughs, free pizza (it was seriously good, hope you weren’t one of the few that missed out), and one of the greatest Wall Street movies of our generation: the night was serendipity. Mande Tonde, BUSOSA’s First Year Representative eloquently describes the night as, “a fun night with familiar and some new faces, summarizes what is was like to hang around the movie.”
A quick recap for those of you who didn’t show up, so next time you’ll make sure to be there…
The movie night started at 6:00 p.m. so, that means the fresh pizza started to be consumed at 6:00.1 p.m. Refreshments were poured respectively and chairs were dibbed. The movie was approaching. Unlike a movie theatre, our phones remained on and the room –Vanier 010 – was snapchatted appropriately. The Economics and Business and Society majors mingled, some for the very first time. Once efficiently introduced, the movie began and popcorn butter-caked our hands.
One could say, that inter-club collaborations are a great way to bridge the gap between people of different programs and interests, as it is simple events like these that bring different people to enjoy a common thing—popcorn and movies.