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Spring Involvement Fair Takes Over The HUB This Week

Take a walk through a forest of tri-folds to learn more about Penn State’s numerous clubs and organizations at the spring Involvement Fair, which will set up in the HUB’s Alumni Hall this week. The fair will run Monday, January 8, and Tuesday, January 9, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

If you didn’t get as involved as you had hoped last semester, now’s the chance to add yourself to another listserv and potentially meet friends for life. From roller hockey to rifles, there’s a club for every interest. We’ve even complied some tips for making it through the fair successfully.

Though this semester’s fair isn’t held outside on the HUB lawn and you won’t need to bring your sun block, make sure you stop by during both Monday and Tuesday, as different organizations will be showcased on different days of the fair.

What have you got to lose? Stop by Alumni Hall and you might find something new and exciting to fill up your weekends now that football season has come and gone.

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