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Spring Involvement Fair Set For January 10 & 11

As classes get underway, Penn State is set to host its Spring Involvement Fair on Monday, January 10, and Tuesday, January 11. Unlike the fall’s iteration, this fair will set up shop inside the HUB’s Alumni Hall.

Each day, the fair will span from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Participating organizations can check in as early as 10 a.m.

Although the registration date has passed, student organizations can join a waitlist to see if a table will get freed up. Orgs that would like to roll those dice can simply show up after 11 a.m., although tables are not guaranteed.

The Involvement Fair is perhaps the single best way to get involved at Penn State. With hundreds of clubs on display, you’re bound to find something that sparks your interest and calls your name. If nothing else, you might wind up with some free candy and swag.

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Alex is a senior from New Canaan, CT, pursuing the Master's of Accounting program and minoring in journalism. She spends most of her free time with friends, watching "Curb Your Enthusiasm", or trying to figure out the buses. Her favorite things are getting breakfast sandwiches on a Sunday morning, listening to new music, and... writing for OS, of course! She can be reached through her email [email protected].

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