The Lock Haven University Student Activities Council held their spring semester club fair from 3-6p.m. on Wednesday in the Student Recreation Center.
The club fair is held at the beginning of each fall and spring semester, featuring over 100 clubs available at Lock Haven University and t-shirt giveaways.
“I think that it is a good opportunity for people to come out and shop for different organizations, said Trent Van Dyke, a junior health science major. Van Dyke is a member of the Climbing and Love Your Melon clubs, as well as an officer in the Outing club.
Clubs vary from different majors, all from health science to communication, and also include different athletic, outdoors, and musical clubs, too.
The Lock Haven University Choir was one of the clubs represented at the fair.
“We usually have two concerts each semester, both on campus. Sometimes we go to Williamsport,” said LHU Choir member Alex Wahl. “Both concerts are at Price Auditorium, but I don’t have the official dates.”
The LHU Choir practices in the band room in Sloan.
“We really need more guys, we only have two guys in the choir,” said Wahl. “We also need more people in general. We are a very small club and we just need more people to sign up.”
This semester’s music will mostly cover classical and jazz.
An interesting club that is also available to students is the Outing club. The members partake in organized outdoor activities.
Miranda Nalisnick, a junior health science major, said, “Well, I like doing things outdoors,” when asked about her willingness to join the outing club.
“We go backpacking, hiking, camping, white water rafting, and all kinds of things outside,” said Nalisnick.
For more information on clubs offered at Lock Haven University, students are encouraged to visit the Student Activities office located in Parsons Union Building.