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Fieldnotes and Photographs from the Involvement Fair

We visited the Involvement Fair in its final hours this afternoon. Alumni Hall was crowded, but the event itself struck me as an inadequate to introduce 45,000 undergrads to the multitude of clubs on this campus. Student Activities has a database that is unfortunately not very conducive to browsing and signing up for list-servs.

Most disappointing tri-fold from a club representing a first-world country.
Most disappointing tri-fold from club representing a first-world country.

Club that wishes its country was as tranquil as their kiosk.
Club that wishes its country was as tranquil as its kiosk.

There are more photos after the jump.

Organization most likely to break our musical hearts. (After UPUA, at least...)
Organization most likely to break our musical hearts by bringing Soulja Boy Tell 'Em to perform. (Photo from SPA kiosk.)

Organization that is least obvious about how much power it has.
Organization that is least obvious about how much power it has.
Organization that is unintentionally the scariest. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mormon)
Most unintentionally scary organization. (Google Mormonism.)
Club that would throw the trippiest parties.
Club that would throw the trippiest parties.
Club that would benefit most from having their horizons expanded by the Pagan Society.
Club that would benefit most from having their horizons expanded by the pagans.
Club that really misses its old offices. (Feel a little bad for them: there's no way this fall ends as triumphantly as last year's did.
Club that misses Barack Obama, the candidate. Now they have to settle for Barack Obama, the President.
Organization with best games, space, and This Squirrel.
Organization with best games and, of course, This Squirrel.

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