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A day all about play for Binghamton University students The third annual fall semester Rec Fest drew students to the East Gym parking lot with games, giveaways and inflatables. At the center of it all was the chance to peruse the university's selection of campus recreation opportunities, from joining an intramural team to signing up for hikes through Outdoor Pursuits.Cindy Cowden, associate director of campus recreation at Binghamton University, said Rec Fest provides an opportunity to show students ways to stay active on campus."One of the things that institutionally we've been working on for a few semesters now is what we call the 'B Healthy' initiative," said Cowden, of Johnson City. "Rec Fest is just one event that ties into letting the students know that there are a bunch of alternative things that they can do to stay healthy, stay well (and) help balance stress."The largest tent at Sunday's Rec Fest was the "Club House," where representatives from the university's 38 student run club teams talked with students interested in joining or searching for more information.Seniors Michael Veraldi and Dylan Sklar, members of Binghamton University's racquetball club, both of Long Island, said more than 70 people signed up to receive emails from the club during Saturday's University Fest. Veraldi and Sklar, both 21, were optimistic that Rec Fest would attract more potential members. Participation in the sport has dwindled in recent years, they said, and the club is hoping to make a comeback."A lot of people, they don't even know what racquetball is, or they don't know Binghamton has it," Veraldi said. "So an event like this helps people who may not know (about) things that they'd want to be a part of."Rajat Saha, a junior who transferred to Binghamton University this semester, said Rec Fest was a "great opportunity" for newcomers to the campus to get involved."As a transfer student, I'm really here as like almost all of the freshman. I have no idea what is going on and what is available to us," Saha, of Marlboro, said. "This kind of fest gives (us) the opportunity to look around and see what we can contribute our efforts to."Saha, 22, and friend Jasper Li, 20, a transfer student from China, added their names to the Outdoors Club list on Sunday. They said they would continue to make their way up and down the rows of tables in the Club House tent. Saha was looking for a baseball club to join.