Organization fair ushers in new school year

By Darianna McGee and Jordan Parker/Clarion News

LINCOLN UNIVERSITY- The annual back to school organization fair officially kicked the 2022-2023 academic school year off to a great start Friday near the Quad. All registered student organizations had the opportunity to display information for freshmen, transfers, and anyone interested about getting involved in campus life.

While attending the fair we asked students in different organizations:

“What do you think about today’s organization fair?”

“I’m excited to see a lot of organizations come out, the tables look pretty. Even though it’s hot, there’s still a lot of people who came out to support it. I feel like it brings our HBCU together.” Anastasia Alexander of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc., a senior from Chicago. (Photo by Darianna McGee)
“The organization fair is a great way for new students, transfers and freshmen to get acclimated with all students on campus and meet new people.” Cameron Johnson of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc., a senior from Chicago. (Photo by Darianna McGee)
“I feel like overall it’s a good event for all the orgs to come together and get the freshman class more involved.” Jarnae Emanuel of The National Association of Colored Women’s Clubs Inc., a senior from Chicago. (Photo by Darianna McGee)
NACWC (Photo by Jordan Parker)
Organizations offer information at the fair. (Jordan Parker photo)
International students organization. (Photo by Jordan Parker)
(Photo by Jordan Parker)

The Crazy Frys food truck. (Photo by Jordan Parker)

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