Puma Activities Council (PAC)

Do you dream about working with bands, hanging out with comedians, or hosting your own game show? Then the Puma Activities Council (PAC) is right up your alley. A student-led organization, PAC is charged with providing entertainment and extracurricular activities for the campus community. Popular PAC-sponsored events include: Lil' Sibs Weekend; the Mr. and Ms. Puma competition; monthly movie screenings; music concerts; and organized trips to area amusement parks. And the activities stay fresh as Board members attend conferences to seek out new acts and campus novelties.

If you have ideas to share or just want to get involved in one of the most active groups on campus, visit the PAC office on the third floor of the Halleck Student Center.

Puma Activities Council

  1. President: Ozana Paraga
  2. Vice President: Logan James
  3. Secretary: Tabitha Blaisdell
  4. Treasurer: Joey Krisch
  5. Promotions: Rick Mullis
  6. Homecoming Chair: Katelyn Konow
  7. Little 500 Chair: Adri Lugosan

To learn more about PAC, contact:

John May ‘05
Coordinator of Student Activities and Intramurals
219.866.6404
jmay@saintjoe.edu

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