The # ECONreads Book Club is a club that brings together Richard College of Business and College Arts and Humanities students. UWG Financial Reading Fitness Club has organized four meetings where students can join in person at Campus Center Meeting Room 105 or online at Zoom from 5 p.m.

“When the Bank Will Be Robbed” by Steven D. Levit and Stephen J. They discussed the book Dubner. Each student will receive a free copy of the book. Students can pick up the book at their office or receive it at the first meeting. If students attend meetings, there is a chance that they will receive different prizes each week. Gift cards are awarded for active participation in the group. Seats were so limited that each student had to fill out an application form before attending any meeting.

The first meeting was held on September 7 when students were able to introduce themselves and get to know others in the club. The theme of the semester’s meetings was “When the Bank Will Be Robbed.” Members use these conversations to connect with real-world events.

“Students need to attend these meetings to meet other people and make new friends,” said Summit Paul Kauer Singh, president of the Financial Reading Fitness Club. “The main thing about #ECONreads is to get students to think about important topics and have the experience of joining all the discussions as they explain their views to other people.”

“It’s an activity designed to interact more with students. It gives them an opportunity to express their thoughts and choices, Singing said.

The last semester meeting was held on October 19 and each participant received a #ECONreads goody bag and a Jimmy Jones sandwich. Students can find out about the next semester by following #ECON reading sessions @uwgfinlit Instagram or by visiting the UWG website.

Attending these meetings helps students improve their communication skills. Because students need to discuss their opinions and preferences on topics related to the real world.