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Name: Psychology Undergraduate Society

Previous/other names: N/A

Prominent date(s) of activity: ? - 1954; 1958 - present.

History: The Psychology Undergraduate Society was established to foster the growth and understanding of Psychology on campus. The society experienced a brief hiatus beginning in 1954, but resumed operation in 1958.

Activities: The group hosts socials and guest lectures, and takes members on tours of hospitals.

Note(s): In 1958 the club hoped to implement a study course to advance students' speed and comprehension of reading.


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