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Photos: Jayhawks flock to UnionFest

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Thousands of new and returning Jayhawks on Saturday flocked to campus to learn about the University of Kansas’ many student-led organizations.

UnionFest is a longstanding KU tradition, welcoming thousands of students to campus with free food, prizes and swag.

According to KU’s website, the annual event draws about 10,000 Jayhawks.

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Chloe Anderson/Lawrence Times Sophomores Tatiana Marshall, of Kansas City, Missouri; Kalissa Fruetel, of Minneapolis, Minnesota; Elleri Nichols, of Manhattan; and Katelyn Accola, of St. Paul, Minnesota, represent Betty Ultimate, KU’s women’s ultimate frisbee club.
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Chloe Anderson/Lawrence Times A student learns more about one of KU’s hundreds of student-led organizations.
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Chloe Anderson/Lawrence Times Aubrey Biesenthal, left, of Overland Park, and Sadie Rodriguez, of Indio, California, both juniors, aim to recruit new members for the KU women’s rugby club.
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Chloe Anderson/Lawrence Times The event was complete with free food and drinks.
Chloe Anderson/Lawrence Times Mini golf and cornhole kept younger Jayhawks entertained.
Chloe Anderson/Lawrence Times The KU Car Club brings together students with a passion for automobiles and racing.
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Chloe Anderson/Lawrence Times The KU Rock Climbing Club had gear on display.
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Chloe Anderson (she/her), a contributor to The Lawrence Times, is a senior at the University of Kansas majoring in film and media production and minoring in journalism. She’s a freelance photographer, writer for Climbing magazine and the associate multimedia editor for The University Daily Kansan.

You can view her portfolio, articles and commissioned work here. Read more of her work for the Times here.

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