With about 45 clubs and organizations participating this semester, the Student Involvement Fair allowed students to see what clubs are available and find out what they have to offer.
This semester the fair took place in the Student Center Friday, Jan. 29.
Some clubs offered games, such as the fishing club had a “pin the hook on the fish” game. Others, such as the Ju-Jitsu club, offered demonstrations to show students what being in their club involves.
Keene State College first-year Zachary Robinson said it was his first time at the Student Involvement Fair.
“I think it’s a lot of fun. It’s really cool to see everybody and what’s going on around campus,” Robinson said.
KSC junior Valerie Carpentier said that the involvement fair is a great way for students to find out what’s offered on campus all in one place.
“You get to meet people that are part of the clubs, which I think really pulls in members, so thats a really good point of the involvement fair,” Carpentier said.
The Student Involvement Fair was not as popular as the one in the fall due to not as many activities and prizes given to students who attended. However, the event still brought in a lot of potential new members to KSC’s clubs and organizations.
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