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Student Involvement Fair featured hundreds of organizations, clubs


The Student Involvement Fair took place Thursday afternoon in Dunn Meadow. The fair gave IU students an opportunity to learn about nearly 750 registered student organizations and clubs.

Senior Cole Daly yells about the IU Beekeeping club Aug. 29 during the Student Involvement Fair in Dunn Meadow. Daly said the club is friends with IU staff members, which gives them many research opportunities. Alex Deryn

“We got beekeeping over here,” senior Cole Daly yelled at the IU Beekeeping booth.

IU Beekeeping promotes maintaining a healthy environment for the bee population while also giving the opportunity to learn about current events within the beekeeping community.

There were opportunities for students to learn about fraternities, sororities, marketing, squirrel watching, and more. 

Senior Veronica Mendez talks to freshman Alison Rybicki about the Beta Tau Chapter of Omega Chi Beta sorority Aug. 29 in Dunn Meadow. “We’re a multicultural sorority,” Mendez said. “We’re Latina oriented but not Latina based.” Alex Deryn

Lately, sororities across campus have been promoting women’s rights awareness and safety.

“We empower women,” senior Veronica Mendez said. “That’s our big thing.”

Mendez is a member of the multicultural Beta Tau chapter of the Omega Chi Beta sorority.

Junior Jordan Zatz laughs during the Student Involvement Fair on Aug. 29 in Dunn Meadow. Zatz is the co-president of the American Marketing Association. Alex Deryn

Business and marketing organizations are always eager for new members, as well.

Junior Jordan Zatz, the co-president of the American Marketing Association, was manning the association's booth at the involvement fair.

“We offer a lot of different real-world networking events for students to make connections,” junior Jordan Zatz said.

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