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NC College Connections

Posted By Jamie L. DeRose, Wednesday, August 20, 2014

The North Carolina Chapter participated in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) College Connections event yesterday.   At NCSU, Wolfpack Welcome Week is an annual week where students can meet new friends, experience campus life, and learn about clubs and organizations.  Each year, CALS hosts a College Connections event during this week, and Alpha Zeta participates in the Club Fair.  At the fair, we manned a booth and spoke with students who were interested in learning what Alpha Zeta has to offer.  The event is mostly focused on incoming freshmen and underclassmen, so we were able to meet a lot of fresh faces.  This event was also the first time many Brothers had seen each other since last school year, so it was a perfect opportunity to catch up with each other and enjoy the beautiful North Carolina weather before classes started!