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    Club Spotlight: Sci-Fi/Animation Club

    The storied halls of Queens College boasts a large variety of clubs and activities well suited towards a campus with such a diverse population of students, all with their own unique backgrounds and interests. There is one club, in particular, that demonstrates this proud diversity in action, the Sci-Fi/Animation Club, which has been a proud member of the community for nearly 27 years. The Sci-Fi/Animation Club is located within the Student Union building in the basement area through rooms 21 to 25, as the sounds of its various members can easily be heard throughout the general vicinity, giving off a solid grasp of unity and engagement with the club’s activities.…

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    Club Spotlight: Sci-Fi Club

    The Queens College Student Union hosts a wide variety of student clubs appealing to a wide range of interests. One of these clubs is the Sci-Fi/Animation Club, which has been on campus for over 25 years. The club is located in the basement of the Student Union building and is hard to ignore because of the laughter and humorous conversations heard coming from its office. Club members can typically be found playing board and video games, trading cards and wearing costumes. Alexander Bernier Siesler, the clubs president, says one of the stereotypes the club has is that it is a club for “geeks” who only have interest in playing games,…

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    More security cameras installed after burglaries

    Given the instances of burglary in student club rooms, Public Safety has improved its watch of the Student Union basement by installing high resolution cameras this spring. The lower level of the SU is where 39 clubs are located and students are found talking, interacting with friends and getting their groups organized. It is unexpected that someone would steal a club’s equipment. “The thing with Queens College is that we’re an open campus, that means anybody could come on campus. We are very trusting which is a good thing, but there are times where we are a little too trusting,” said Jennifer Jarvis, executive director of the SU. Jarvis also…