About Entertainment and Literature Clubs

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.

Performing Arts

The Boot and Buskin Theatre Club

Founded in 1949, Boot and Buskin is the oldest theatre group on campus and is the primary vehicle for student theatrical activity. There are three mainstage faculty-directed productions each year with participation open to students in all majors. A student staff of 10-12 provide management and technical support to these shows as well as for other events. 

Major Arcana

Major Arcana was organized in 1984 by students interested in producing their own theatrical season. All Major Arcana productions are directed and designed by students and often student-written. This group typically produces three shows per year as well as sponsoring an assortment of creative events and workshops.  

No Scripts Attached

This student-run troupe is open to everyone with an interest in creating original improvised and devised works.



Le Moyne College Symphony Orchestra

The LCSO boasts full instrumentation (featuring strings, woodwinds, brass, and percussion) and performs multiple concerts both on and off campus each academic year. The orchestra performs music from all genres, including classical, film, pop, and everything in between. 

Le Moyne College Rock Ensemble

The Le Moyne Rock Ensemble explores the world of rock music from 1955 to the present. Students listen to, discuss, and arrange songs, in addition to collaborating on original songwriting. Rehearsals culminate in a public performance. 

Le Moyne College Jazz Ensemble

Performing concerts at the end of each semester, the Le Moyne College Jazz Ensemble aims to replicate the classic big band sound (think Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Tommy Dorsey, Glenn Miller, etc.). Instrumentation consists of saxophones, trumpets, and trombones (with an occasional flute or clarinet) and a rhythm section of piano, bass, guitar, and drums. 

Le Moyne College Jazzuits

Specializing in vocal jazz repertoire and songs from the Great American Songbook, the Jazzuits are very active with performances on and off the Le Moyne campus as well as participating in jazz festivals and workshops. 

The Le Moyne College Singers

The Le Moyne College Singers specializes in musical theatre and contemporary repertoire. It is open to singers from the entire Le Moyne community including students, faculty, and staff, and performs multiple concerts throughout the year.

The Le Moyne College Chamber Singers

This group specializes in a mostly classical repertoire, including madrigals, operettas, and works by modern classical composers, and consists of 16 voices or less. The Chamber Singers perform concerts at the end of each semester.  

Le Moyne College A Cappella: Fermata Nowhere

Founded in 2009, Fermata Nowhere is the College’s student-run, co-ed a cappella group. Performing popular music hits, Fermata offers its audiences fun-filled performances packed with enthusiasm and showmanship. 


The Le Moyne Student Dance Company

LSDC was organized in 1995 by students seeking on-campus opportunities in dance and performance. The group presents a concert at the end of each semester, representing styles from tap, to jazz, to ballet, to modern.  The Le Moyne Student Dancers also provide classes and dance workshops.

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.  They consider themselves educators as well as performers. 

Le Moyne Dance Team

The Le Moyne Dance Team is a spirited group of students who typically perform at half-time during home athletic events.


Visual Art

Art Club

Students with an interest in visual art meet frequently during the semester to further their creative pursuits in various group activities. Participants from all majors are welcome to explore and gain greater understanding of the visual arts.


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.

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.