Students sign up for a variety of clubs and groups

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  • Activities and Resources Expo crowd photo
  • Activities and Resources Expo  booth
  • Activities and Resources Expo  booth
  • Activities and Resources Expo  dancer
  • T-shirts at Activities and Resources Expo
  • Activities and Resources Expo  Nerf Club
  • Activities and Resources Expo crowd shot
  • Activities and Resources Expo friends hugging
  • Activities and Resources Expo rain and umbrella
  • Activities and Resources Expo wheel exhibit
  • Activities and Resources Expo crowd from above

Activities and Resources Expo featured more than 100 opportunities for student involvement.

In spite of the rain Thursday evening, students packed Jackson Plaza and the sidewalk along the Mill Stream at the Activities and Resources Expo.

Sponsored by the Office of Student Activities, the event featured 112 student organizations, university offices and departments, and off-campus resources and vendors. Students learned about and signed up for activities ranging from Greek life, intramurals and international programs to student groups such as Willamette Emergency Medical Services, Nerf Club and Poi Club.

Paradigm, a new hip-hop dance club, performed. Many booths, including those sponsored by Willamette Events Board and the Office of Career Development, gave away prizes.

If you couldn’t attend the expo and would like to join an organization or get more information, contact Emily Morris, associate director of student activities, or go to Student Activities’ webpage.

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