YSU students head back to class

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YSU students headed back to class as fall semester kicked off Wednesday.

Students not only attended their first day of class but various organizations were out in full force to promote their events and attract new members.

The Office of Student Diversity hosted an open house. Director William Blake said engagement is one of the major things the university is pushing this year.

“We’re also focusing our attention on enrollment. The Office of Student Diversity primarily works to build the level of comfort for students,” said Blake.

The Office of Student Diversity will host two events at the end of the month, a Commemoration of the 1963 March on Washington and College Students Stand Against Racism.

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