Content last updated on 2/07/2015 5:48 PM
"Practice as if you are the worst,
perform as if you are the best" - Anon
MUSC has yet to meet a University Student who is uninterested in keeping healthy. A healthy dietary regime is definitely one of the first steps towards a healthy lifestyle. Yet, a healthy lifestyle goes hand in hand with only one other way of living, an active one. One may go so far as to say that sporting has permanently embedded itself in our cultures. Established as early as 1925, MUSC was created with the aim of contributing towards this progressive way of life.
As a non-profit making organisation, MUSC’s sole aspiration is to promote sports and create awareness amongst students of the many sporting associations that are established in Malta, therefore encouraging youths to amalgamate sports into their daily routine. Driven by success, MUSC has escalated from a small organisation striving for acceptance to one of the most spoken about organisations on campus, with a much-anticipated calendar of events. The latter includes Freshers’ Week, the Interfaculty Tournaments, the Organisations Cup, Sports Fest, the Universiades and the European University Games. MUSC also prides itself on the great response it gets from students who subscribe to the gym and pool yearly.
With a new and dynamic committee, MUSC is focusing all its energy into a new façade, a renovation of what MUSC has been standing for all these past years together with fresh ideas that will appeal to more students and encourage them to make sports a central part of their routine. MUSC is all about teamwork, and we believe that the sportsmanship that we show by being a united committee will be a means of encouraging all university students to partake in the rewarding activity that sports is. After all we at MUSC all reason that “I am a member of a team, and I rely on the team, I defer to it and sacrifice for it, because the team, not the individual, is the ultimate champion.” Mia Hamm