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On Sept. 9 and 10, student leaders of over 100 clubs set up displays for potential new members to learn about clubs, ask questions and get connected.

Photo Gallery: Club Fair 2021

Lexi Guo, Online Photo/Video Editor September 14, 2021
On Sept. 9 and 10, student leaders of over 100 clubs set up displays for potential new members to learn about clubs, ask questions and get connected.
Since St. John’s is currently not allowing any outside students on campus, all tours, admission events and interviews are conducted online.

Tour Guild adjusts events, creates virtual resources during COVID-19 pandemic

Abigail Hindman and Emma Chang March 24, 2021
Since St. John’s is currently not allowing any outside students on campus, all tours, admission events and interviews are conducted online.
Recognizing 2019-2020 student leaders of affinity groups, clubs, organizations

Recognizing 2019-2020 student leaders of affinity groups, clubs, organizations

Staff May 25, 2020
In place of the annual SJS Recognition Assembly, here are this year's club leaders.
Clubs are now hosting forums online. On April 27, WHEE discussed the prevalence of domestic violence during the pandemic.

Clubs continue to meet, host forums online

Chloe Zhao, Staff Writer May 2, 2020
Due to the shift to online learning, clubs such as WHEE and PRISM have started to meet virtually.
New clubs draw attention from the crowds with their colorful signs and offerings of sweet treats.

Club Fair 2019: Photo Gallery

September 8, 2019
This year at Club Fair, students showcased their passions, creativity and common interests.
Students and faculty mill about in the middle of Club Fair.

Annual Club Fair provides opportunities to join extracurricular groups

Rahul Rupani and Ella West September 14, 2018
Sophomore Rahul Rupani and freshman Ella West share their experiences at the annual Club Fair.
Mayor Turner speaks to students about Harvey, mayorship in SPEC event

Mayor Turner speaks to students about Harvey, mayorship in SPEC event

Lily McCullough, Staff Writer November 28, 2017
Student Political Education Club leaders invited Mayor Sylvester Turner to speak to students. Mayor Turner discussed Hurricane Harvey, his background, and his mayoral campaigns.
The new Paul Rudd club advertised with a hand painted poster.

New clubs showcase quirky student interests

Laney Chang, Staff Writer September 27, 2017
Several unique new and revitalized clubs are joining the school's club culture this year, including one dedicated to geocaching and one exploring conspiracy theories.
Unity Council leaders led the forum, which had a record number of students attending.

First Unity Council forum addresses Charlottesville reactions

Noura Jabir, Staff Writer September 21, 2017
The first Unity Council public forum of the school year allowed students to express their feelings and views regarding the Charlottesville tragedy.
Best Recruitment Technique: Spirit Club

Best of club fair: Student representatives attract new club members

September 12, 2017
Club representatives try to attract new members with unique food, colorful posters, music, and other methods during the two-day Club Fair held at the beginning of every school year. Relive this year's highlight with the Best Of Club Fair listing.

Tautology Club bonds over one quirky interest

Manar Ansari, Staff Writer November 28, 2016
Senior Aileen Zhang started Tautology Club, a club about tautologies, this semester. The club celebrates the circular logic of tautologies, holds writing contests and plays logic games.
Science Olympiad club founders Zachary Boroughs and Kevin Jung work with club member junior Johnny Coudsi.

Science Olympiad team exceeds expectations at first competition

Louisa Sarofim, Staff Writer November 8, 2016
The newly formed SJS Science Olympiad team competed against far more experienced teams but still managed to place admirably in their first competition at CyFalls.
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