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The Circle K zoom meeting is about to begin, and you can hear Sarah Harvey cheerfully greeting the members as they enter the online meeting room. She bears a big, pearly white smile as she speaks. Harvey wears long and wavy brown hair. Her brown eyes gaze through her dark-framed glasses as she reads off the meeting agenda. In the background, a navy blue Circle K banner proudly hangs in the club’s office on campus. This is where Harvey works diligently to complete the missions of the club and serve the Stockton student community.
Since the start of the pandemic, many organizations on campus have had to work hard in order to succeed in recruitment, growth, and activity planning. Many groups have been able to overcome these challenges, and Stockton’s InterFraternity Council is one of them.
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