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Amber Boswell, Contributing Writer

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Get On Board Day (GOBD), a popular UA tradition held each fall and spring, will be held for students on Jan. 17 and give them the opportunity to sign up and learn more about different organizations on campus. Many UA organizations and clubs participate in GOBD by setting up tables for students to browse, as it serves as a way for students to get more involved on campus.

What: Get on Board Day

Who: Faculty and students can attend

When: Thurs. Jan. 17, 5-9 p.m.

Where: Ferguson Center

Why:

Miranda Reed, a senior majoring in engineering, attended GOBD in the past and said it showcases the University’s versatility on campus.

“Get on Board Day is an extremely important day because it gives students the opportunity to see how versatile UA can be when it comes to different clubs and organizations,” she said. “This is a great way for students to get more involved on campus and get their name out there.”

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