OSAGL Holds Fall Activities Fair on Stine Lake

By Ella Prieto, Managing/News Editor

On Wednesday, the Office of Student Activities and Greek Life (OSAGL) held the Fall Semester Activities Fair on Stine Lake from 4 to 6 p.m. The Fair boasted over 110 clubs and organizations for students to learn about. 

Multiple activities encouraged students to join in on the fun of the event. OSAGL featured a stand for students to win prizes, and The Lost Keys Acapella group performed. Additionally, Relay for Life provided ice cream for students to enjoy.

Various organizations commented on the value of the Activities Fair. 

“I think that it’s a great opportunity for us [Student Senate] to remind the students that we exist and we’re a great place to voice concerns,” said Vice President of the Student Senate Geoffrey Meadville ’25. “Also, to gain a little interest for people to show up and be aware that we work for the students and that we do things for the student body.”

Students hold booths at the Fall Activities Fair. (Photo William Oehler/The Gettysburgian)

Students hold booths at the Fall Activities Fair. (Photo William Oehler/The Gettysburgian)

The Women’s Network President Jules Blech ’24 and Vice President of Marketing Hannah Vaccaro ’24 also provided their opinions on the Fair.

“For us, the Activities Fair is the first time that we’re able to meet and talk with First Years,” said Vaccaro.

Blech added, “It’s so fun to see so many enthusiastic faces on campus to hopefully see them at our future events, and it’s just a great time!”  

First-year students also commented on their experience at the Activities Fair.

“The Activities Fair is a lot, but it’s fun and there is a club for everyone,” said Maurice Baker ’27. 

Kyle Pedersen ’27 found the Activities Fair to be “organized chaos.”

“There’s a lot of stuff going on. But it’s very informative,” Pedersen said. “I’ve been looking to join a club after my rugby club for the winter, and I’ve definitely found a few that I’ve wanted to join so far which is good because I didn’t know they existed.”

OSAGL will also host another Activities Fair in the spring semester for students to receive more information or to be reminded about the various clubs and organizations on campus.

Author: Ella Prieto

Ella Prieto ’26 serves as the Managing Editor for the Gettysburgian. Previously, she worked as the News Editor, the Assistant News Editor, and as a staff writer for the News and Arts & Entertainment sections. Ella is a double major in Public Policy and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies with a Writing Minor. On campus, Ella volunteers with the Casa Swim program, is an It’s On Us Fellow in the Office of Sexual Respect and Title IX, and is the President of the Panhellenic Council. She loves to read and keep up with celebrity drama in her free time.

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