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    Academic goals cannot be achieved without the development of the student’s total personality. Since the majority of a student’s time is spent outside of the classroom, extracurricular and co-curricular activities serve as valuable partners with academics in the enhancement of the total college experience. Clubs and organizations provide opportunities for students to meet and interact with others who share their interests. They also provide opportunities for ­students to explore new interests.

    Entertainment Clubs

    Boot and Buskin

    Boot and Buskin seeks to provide the Le Moyne College community with the opportunity to participate in and view quality dramatic works in a professional atmosphere.

    Dolphin Steppers

    The Dolphin Steppers use various creative mediums, including step routines, to help bring about a greater understanding and appreciation for diversity on campus and the surrounding community. The theme of the Dolphin Steppers is Unity through Diversity. It should be understood that the arts are simply a means by which the group chooses to convey its message. They consider themselves educators as well as performers.

    Fermata Nowhere

    Fermata Nowhere is Le Moyne College's own a capella group. This is a co-ed group of 13 people that is student run, offering it's audiences a fun-filled, student friendly, performances packed with enthusiasm and showmanship.

    Jazz Ensemble

    The members of the Le Moyne College Jazz Ensemble endeavor to spread their knowledge and love of music to the entire campus and surrounding ­community. Performing in various group and indi­vidual concerts on campus, the ensemble showcases a variety of music, including songs from the classic big band era to Latin calypso beats. The Jazz Ensemble continually strives to make its presence known by playing at local businesses, establishments and festivals.

    Joyful Noise

    Joyful Noise is composed of singers and instrumentalists who rehearse weekly to meet the needs of the 7 p.m. Sunday Mass and other liturgies and services throughout the year. You may share your musical gifts as a soloist, choir member or instrumentalist. All instruments and voices welcome, and no audition is required.

    Le Moyne College Chamber Orchestra

    The LCCO performs multiple concerts each academic year featuring music from all genres, including classical, film, pop, and everything in between. The LCCO has collaborated regularly with well-known artists such as James Ehnes, Axel Strauss and Janet Brown.

    Le Moyne Dance Team

    The Le Moyne College Dance Team provides an environment for students who share the same interests in dance to gather and perform. The dance team also provides entertainment during half times of home basketball games and at Midnight Madness. The goal of the team is to conjure more school spirit and participation in school sporting events.

    Le Moyne College Chamber Singers

    This group specializes in classical repertoire. Tha Chamber singers normally consists of no more than 15 voices. 

    Le Moyne College Singers

    The Le Moyne College Singers specialize in both classical and vocal jazz repertoire and is open to singers from the entire Le Moyne community including students, faculty, and staff. Rehearsals are held twice a week, with concerts scheduled toward the end of each semester.

    Le Moyne Student Dance Company (LSDC)

    Classes meet weekly to study ballet, tap, jazz, modern, African, Latin and ballroom dance. Students with experience will have the opportunity to instruct as well as choreograph. All dancers collaborate and plan performances. Performances are held at least once per semester.

    Major Arcana

    The Major Arcana Theater group was founded in the spring of 1983 with a production of an original performance-art piece, Blood and the Moon. The group produces student-directed and -designed one-act plays in the W. Carroll Coyne Center for the Performing Arts and at other campus locations for the Le Moyne community.

    Pep Band

    The Le Moyne College Pep Band, also known as the “Fanatical Fin Fraternity,” performs at home basketball games as well as occasional special programs on campus. As an entirely student-led activity, the group's success originates from the enthusiasm of its members. The Pep Band’s invigorating music adds a positive atmosphere to home games.

    Student Music Club

    The Student Music Club is an organization through which student leaders work with Le Moyne College music faculty to organize special musical experiences for Le Moyne students. Past examples include trips to perform in the Williamstown Jazz Festival and to watch Billy Elliot on Broadway.

    Vocal Jazz Ensemble - The Jazzuits

    The LMC Jazzuits formed in 2004 under the direction of Carol Jacobe. The group is very active with performances on the Le Moyne campus as well as participating in jazz festivals, workshops, college festivals and numerous community performances.

    Literature and Graphic Arts Clubs

    Literary and Graphic Arts Society

    The purpose of the society is to encourage literary and artistic creativity in the Le Moyne College community and to publish outstanding student work in an annual journal. Each semester, short stories, poems, scripts, informal essays, and art work of all kinds are solicited for publication in the student anthology known as The Salamander.

    Medieval Club

    The Medieval Round Table is an outlet for members of the Le Moyne College community who are interested in all things medieval such as literature, films, dress, culture and history, and offers an opportunity to discuss these things in a scholarly setting.

    Our Expresssions

    Our Expresssions is a newsletter produced by the multicultural community at Le Moyne. The newsletter enhances all cultures; Latino, African American, Native American, Italian, Irish, Greek, and others. Our Expressions seeks to promote an awareness of different cultures and races on campus through poetry, prose, short stories as well as lectures and a wide spectrum of activities.

    Spanish Club

    The Spanish club is open to all members of the Le Moyne community studying languages, and to others having an interest in the language, specifically Spanish. The club fosters an appreciation of Spanish culture and offers a forum for the discussion of issues not covered in language classes. We provide entertaining activities that are focused on increasing proficiency in listening, reading, speaking and writing the Spanish language.


    Student Media and Publications

    Black Robe

    The Black Robe, the Le Moyne yearbook, is published by Le Moyne students. All students are eligible to join the staff and may do so by applying to the editor-in-chief. Underclassmen are urged to participate to ensure staff continuity. This publication provides students with experience in areas such as photography, editing, writing and graphic arts.

    The Dolphin

    The Dolphin is published weekly by the students of Le Moyne College. Students from all classes and majors are encouraged to join the paper, regardless of previous experience. The Dolphin provides students with experience in writing, editing, and photography.


    The Le Moyne College Television Club is designed to give students experience in writing, producing and performing shows for television. Le Moyne College has its own cable channel which will air student productions. All students who are interested in hands-on experience in the television industry are welcome to join.


    WLMU is a student-run radio station that serves Le Moyne’s residence halls. It is organized like a commercial radio station and provides an opportunity for students to learn about broadcasting while they work.