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[Photo Story] Penn State Gets Involved

The Involvement Fair took to the HUB lawn for the first time ever yesterday. It proved to be quite the successful event as many seasoned club leaders encouraged new members to join.

For those who missed it, enjoy some photos of some standout clubs across the lawn:
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Young Life
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UPUA

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The Vietnamese Student Association

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The Sign Language Organization
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The Synchronized Swimming ClubDSC_0715

Nittany Chemical Society
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ROTC
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Springfield
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The Penn State Thespians
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Caribbean Student Association

Both the HUB and the HUB Lawn were packed between the first day of classes and the Involvement Fair. Hopefully a little bit of sunburn was worth the opportunity to find you niche at Penn State.

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Jamie Saslaw

Jamie is a New Jersey native majoring in Film/Video and Spanish. Besides photography and filmmaking, she is a devoted puppy enthusiast and aspires to care and love for (approximately) one million dogs someday.

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