2 Skinny Dorks rock club fair

2 Skinny Dorks, a rock band from Cincinnati, Ohio, highlighted Wednesday afternoon’s Club Fair in the Quad. 2 Skinny Dorks features Jake Blazer (left) on vocals and guitar, Matt Corey on saxophone and Eric Penrod on guitar. The University of La Verne’s annual Club Fair showcased booths from on-campus clubs and organizations. The entertainment was sponsored by the Associated Student Federation Forum and the Campus Activities Board. / photo by Chrissy Zehrbach
2 Skinny Dorks, a rock band from Cincinnati, Ohio, highlighted Wednesday afternoon’s Club Fair in the Quad. 2 Skinny Dorks features Jake Blazer (left) on vocals and guitar, Matt Corey on saxophone and Eric Penrod on guitar. The University of La Verne’s annual Club Fair showcased booths from on-campus clubs and organizations. The entertainment was sponsored by the Associated Student Federation Forum and the Campus Activities Board. / photo by Chrissy Zehrbach
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