Students gather in line to buy tickets
for use at the Unity Far.
James McDonald/Courier Photo
By Julia Ortiz, Courier Staff Writer
Logan's fourth annual Unity Fair was a get-together of most—if not all—of Logan’s clubs. Everyone came together to bring food, music and entertainment to both lunch periods.
On the morning of Friday, May 27, Leadership students began setting up in preparation for the big day.
“It was hard because we really didn’t know the layout of it and there was a lot of clubs and a lot of tables we had to move back and forth, and it was wet,” said senior Janae Mayfield. Luckily, everything worked out when the time came for things to get started up.
Then came the droves of students looking for a good time away from the ordinary lunch schedule. The smell of barbecue wafted over everyone from the Black Student Union booth, which had the most people gathered around it.
Senior Cassidy Brooks, who had helped at the booth, said, “Everyone helped and extra people came. It was organized.”
The organization was a big hit with the large crowd of people waiting for food.
Other booths, such as the Drama Club, did better than they had in previous years.
“We had more than just t-shirts and hoodies this year, which boosted how much attention the booth got,” junior Alexandra Ortiz said.
The turn-out was surprising and welcoming with the thought of finals looming ahead. It created a nice break from routine and offered food as a delicious reward for getting so far into the year.