More than 100 AS clubs, organizations, offices and businesses will have a chance to promote themselves in creative ways Wednesday Jan. 24 in the VU Multipurpose Room. The annual Campus Activities Showcase will feature several ten-minute live performances by clubs, including dance and music, said AS Club Event Coordinator Maddy Vonhoff.


Mt. Baker Planned Parenthood will be holding a condom race — and Foulplay: A Murder Mystery club will be exhibiting a mystery themed performance, Vonhoff said.


There will also be free food from local businesses like Aaron’s Bakery, The Bagelry and other groups like the INN Ministries, which will be serving pancakes she said.


“There’s definitely been more involvement [from clubs] over the years,” Vonhoff said.


She said it’s important to let people know how to get involved in clubs during the middle of the school year. Many people want to get involved at Western but are still getting used to their routines at the beginning of fall quarter, and Freshman are still getting adjusted to college life, she said.


This event is a good reminder to students that there are many ways to get involved on Campus, she said.


Vonhoff said for the past two years, prizes have been available to the clubs that express themselves the most creatively.


But this year prizes will be awarded for each category of club, making more prizes available.


The showcase will be held on Jan. 25 from 11 a.m.- 2p.m. in the VU Multipurpose Room, and is free.