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Photo by Meg Cravinho '25.

Spring Activities Fair presents countless opportunities for students to make Dickinson their own

by Luka Dubnick '23

There’s no shortage of activities on Dickinson’s campus. 

With over 110 student groups on campus, Dickinson provides students with endless opportunities to pursue their existing interests and discover new ones. Each semester, the Activities Fair offers Dickinsonians a chance to meet club leaders and learn about new ways to get involved with the campus community. 

On Jan. 30, the Social Hall buzzed with excitement as students entered the crowded room. WDCV welcomed students with American Authors’ joyous tune “Best Day of My Life.” The band will be visiting campus later this month for MOB’s Spring Concert. MOB, the college’s student-run programming board, has brought many acclaimed artists to campus, including the Chainsmokers, Childish Gambino and Jeremy Zucker, just last year.  

“As a senior graduating later this spring, I'm so excited to see fresh faces coming to MOB and wanting to learn more,” says MOB chair Ryan Patton ’23 (international business & management). Clayton Holbrook ’23 (psychology), president of Red Devils Sports Network, shared, “I found RDSN at my first activities fair. I’ve met a lot of great people on both sides of the table, as a first-year student and now a club leader.” 

Dickinson allows students’ interests to soar with everything from a cappella groups to political advocacy groups. Organizations present included the Network of Enlightened Women (NEW), Cooking Club, the Liberty Cap Society, the Student Investment Group, Dickinson Club Hockey and the Peddler. Students are encouraged to make Dickinson theirs by joining a club or starting their own! 

View additional photos of the spring Activities Fair on Instagram.



Published February 10, 2023