Upper school students flocked to the annual Club Fair on Wednesday to find out more about the dozens of opportunities available to students in a huge variety of fields and interests. Nearly 80 tables were set up at the event, each staffed by club members who offered information to students and answered their questions.
Groups such as the Art Club advertised their activities with creative posters. “We host very exciting events and there’s no art experience necessary,” said senior Michelle Liu, an officer with the Art Club. “We host workshops and speaker events and we’ve also been doing some murals lately.” The club is also planning life drawing sessions that are free for anyone to attend.
The Dungeons and Dragons Club was one of several clubs at the event organized around specific hobbies. “We provide game masters to run D&D games for anyone who wants to play, if they’re experienced, or if they’ve never played before or if they just want to try it out,” said Bauer Muhle, grade 11. “We offer a space and people who all run the game for them.” The club, which started last year, plans to hold workshops for people to learn the game and help them develop their in-game characters.
STEM fields were a significant presence at the Club Fair, including the Psychology Club. “We host meetings throughout the year to talk about different psych topics that would be interesting to people,” said junior Athena Wu, a representative with the Psychology Club. Some of the events the club has planned are focused on lectures, while others involve discussion among attendees. “We’re very excited to be back in person and do much more interactive activities,” said club member Defne Avkarogullari, grade 10.