Tim Bruno repositions the practice bag for another bout during the Council of Clubs Carnival on the second floor of the Center Building on Wednesday. Bruno, a Lane student in the Multimedia program, ran the Titan Fencing Club booth and helped participants jab at the bag for tickets. He himself has been fencing for 2 ½ years and is working to get the club certified for the USFA (United States Fencing Association) so they can participate in their tournaments. Feb. 17, 2016.
Dominic York takes a swing at an incoming ping-pong ball during the Council of Clubs Carnival on the second floor of the Center Building on Wednesday. York, a Lane student working towards an AAOT degree in Environmental Studies, said that he “just walked in,” not even knowing that the Carnival was going on; but was drawn in because he “likes ping-pong.” Feb. 17, 2016.
A cute figurine smiles at a passerby as it sits on the Clay and Ceramics Club table during the Council of Clubs Carnival on the second floor of the Center Building, Wednesday. Marcus Emmons, who is the president of the club and who attended the booth, stated that Dawn Craig made this particular figurine and that clay-making is “a lot of fun.” Participants were encouraged to make such figurines out of clay for themselves. Feb. 17, 2016.
Pedro Rivas tests out Lane Women in Technology’s new game “Lightbot” during the Council of Clubs Carnival on the second floor of the Center Building on Wednesday. Lauren Wiltsie (left) and Rachael Dennis stated that the club had just started this term. The goal of the game was to introduce people to the logical steps of programming. Feb. 17, 2016.
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