Thursday, September 09, 2010
"On a warm and sunny day in May, 30 Northwestern students gathered outside the Technological Institute, turned on their iPods and danced to the beat of a drummer no one else could hear.
"The Silent Dance Party was the first of several offbeat spring events organized by the Happiness Club, a student group with a simple mission -- increase the overall happiness of the Northwestern community.
""It's just to make people feel happier, and it does it in the simplest possible ways," said Weinberg sophomore Paul Geringer.
"The group celebrated Happiness Week from May 24 to 28 with a series of events designed to bring the campus together or simply elicit smiles..."
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