Students explore interests at Activities Fair


Students visit club tables and interact with one another during the Activities Fair. Credit: Frank Jiang/Chronicle

Crystal Baik

The Prefect Council hosted the annual Activities Fair Monday, where eighty clubs and organizations set up bright posters and tables on the quad to display their interests to fellow students.

The Fair represented a variety of clubs, including the Bonsai and Nature Club, Westflix and Math Bowl.

“At first I was really nervous about manning my own booth because this is my first time doing something like that,” South Asian Students Alliance leader Mohona Ganguly ’21 said. “I really wanted to help make an impression on people because of my new club, but I found the Activities Fair a really rewarding experience because I got to meet so many new people and got to see many new clubs. It was overall a really great experience.”

Helen Graham ‘21, a leader of six different clubs at the fair, said she is thankful for the different opportunities and activities on campus.

“Not only does the Activities Fair allow students to find things that they’re passionate about, but it also allows them to further explore things that they’re already interested in and builds a stronger community,” Graham said. “You might not know if you like something until you try it.”