Students of all interests flocked to the J.C. Williams Center for this semester’s club fair Friday, Feb. 5.
Many different clubs set up tables and sent representatives to share information about their respective clubs to interested students. Students were able to stop in from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. to explore the opportunities available.
There were many different clubs represented, including the Board Game Association, the Psychology and Mental Health Advocacy Club and the Chesterton Society. Two new acapella groups hosted tables to recruit members: the currently unnamed men’s group and the women’s group, called Annunciations.
Interests of all types were represented: religious, cultural, educational, musical and leisurely.
“I am glad to have been able to attend and get the word out about my club,” said sophomore Jack Thornton, a representative of the Chesterton Society, which was busy with interested students for much of the fair.
Another club that received quite a few visitors was the Board Game Association, where students gather once a week to share their love of classic board and card games.
Freshman Marcello Patti said he appreciated the opportunity to explore what was represented at the fair.
“It’s remarkable how many clubs there are here that I didn’t know about, and I think it would be fun to join some of them,” said Patti.