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Club Fair Highlights Variety of Interests and Activities
Club Fair Highlights Variety of Interests and Activities

On Friday afternoon, September 21, the annual St. Mark's Club Fair was held at the Putnam Family Arts Center, in both the Class of 1951 Lobby and Taft Hall. Representatives of a wide range of student activities staffed tables and were available to answer questions about their respective programs and to sign up potential participants.

Among the many extracurricular options available to St. Markers this year are UNICEF, Classics Club, SM Dance, Young Independents, Students Demand Action, The Space Program, Math Club, The Tavern, Science Club, Nutrition Club, French Club, Funny Movie Corp, St. Mark's Linguistics, SM Code, Musical Theater Club, The Parkman Post, Young Democrats, Team One Love, Cornhole Club, the Polar Party, Admission Tour Guides, The Marxist Study Club, Young Republicans, Funny Movie Corporation, Girls in STEM (Society for Women Engineers), Global Ambassadors, Gray Colloquium, Amateur Debaters, Students for Sustainability, Culinary Arts Club, Chess Club, Investment Club, Photography Club, Vindex, Fishing Club, St. Marker, Lion, and more. Service opportunities like Special Olympics and the Haiti Partnershiup programs are also available, as are Pathways affinity groups such as The Southborough Society (the SM women's group), Men Are Not Born – They Are Made (the SM men's group), SHADES (Students Heightening Awareness of Diversity, Equality, and Service), Los Leones (the SM Latin/Hispanic group), the GSA Gender and Sexuality Alliance), SWIRL (Students With Interracial Lives), #Openly Secular, Christian Fellowship Group, J-Team, Black Lions Union, and more.

Ms. Caitlin Kosow, Director of Student Life and Assistant Dean of Students at St. Mark's, ran the Friday event and will be overseeing the majority of these clubs and activities. The Pathways affinity groups fall under the umbrella of the St. Mark's Community & Equity program, under the guidance of Ms. Loris Adams. There was a strong showing of interest and support for each of these programs as well as for several more offered throughout the busy afternoon. Age Quod Agis!