MAcc Council Fall Fun Event

MAcc Council is a student-run organization which helps students to improve their skills such as time management, communication skills, and event plannings. The Council also works closely with the MAcc program advisor to invite company executives to give presentations to MAcc students as well as help MAcc students to build their professional network.

But there’s also a fun side to the Council! Last week, Council organized a fall event for all MAcc students to take a break from busy school work and go to the Lynd Fruit Farm.

The weather that day was super nice, it was a good way to release all the stress from school work or job searching. The farm has corn mazes, apple picking, a market, and other interesting diversions.

From left to right: Taylor Holden, Dzung Vu, and Courtney Privette. All are MAcc students Class of 2018. (photo credit: Yilin Hao)
Marqus Moye, current MAcc student, Class of 2018 (photo credit: Yilin Hao)
From left to right: Dianru Nie and Jasmine Wei, MAcc students, Class of 2018 (photo credit: Dzung Vu)

The corn mazes were the most fun. There was one designed for kids and one for adults. The latter was pretty big and in order to succeed, we had to collect the stamps that were hidden in the corn maze. The paper that Dzung and I are holding (see below) is the proof that we got all the stamps!

It was definitely a good way to do exercise if you are as lazy as I am.

From left to right: Dzung Vu, Caitlin Duke, Dianru Nie, Jasmine Wei, and Kalen Hess. All current MAcc students, Class of 2018 (photo credit: Yilin Hao)

Looking forward to the next MAcc Council event!