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MSU Anime Club "Animosity" - Spring Schedule

Michigan State University has an Anime Club, just as many colleges do, but Animosity is a very active group. They have been going to Anime conventions for several years, performing skits since 2006. Also, they have cosplay events, drawing contests, and weekly Anime screenings. The club has been doing Anime screenings since 2003. The 12 shows being aired at the beginning of the spring semester are being voted in by members of Animosity. Meetings are to be held every Wednesday from 7-10pm in the Natural Science Building, room 128.


Non-members can come to the free Anime screenings, but all other events are for members only. Membership fees are  $6 per semester or $10 for two semesters. Benefits of membership include: voting on club shows, voting on shirt designs, discounts on the t-shirts, game participation, and much more. Animosity even has two sites, an official page and a facebook. The offical page is: http://www.msu.edu/~animosty/ and their facebook is: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=2201467540&ref=ts .

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