Last week, 15 of Stanford’s lesser-known groups flocked to White Plaza for the 3rd Annual Winter Quarter Activities Fair. Among the groups in attendance were The Stanford Complainers, who invited students to “complain about anything,” Stanford’s newest play, The Vagina Dialogues, and Stanford’s newest fraternity, Tau Sigma Alpha (TSA), which was promoting frat-downs and encouraging rushees to chug their >3 oz drinks at the door.
Other groups making an appearance at the fair were focused more on education. The Stanford Prison Experiment 2.0 attempted to find new recruits for their experiment, The 14 Year Olds of Stanford drank Kool-Aid and played with super-balls, and The Stanford Venn Diagram Club promoted Venn Diagram literacy.
Stanford’s creepy community also made an appearance at the fair—students too afraid to approach their crushes had the opportunity to buy stalker grams, Stanford Indians for Apples made their first appearance since last year’s SUAlerts, and the Pre-Raving Lunatics were perfecting their ability to make everyone in their vicinity uncomfortable.
Other groups were also in attendance at the fair, including: The Gospel of Tebow (“The world has entered it’s 4th quarter!”), Stanford Students for a Sustainable Apocalypse, FORK (Stanford Project on Hunger), Fan Club, and Stanford Caricature Artists.