This year, sophomores will have an extra incentive to procrastinate at the 'Street' instead of staring at blank computer screens during Reading Period.Because sign-ins will take place the Sunday before the start of the spring semester ? four days earlier than in past years ? clubs will have to concentrate their recruiting efforts in the next few weeks.Campus Club president Kevin Moriarty '98 said his club is "focusing most of (its) recruiting on reading and finals weeks."To attract sophomores, the clubs are hosting the usual series of study breaks, DJs and bands ? only earlier.Besides social events, the Sophomore Choice Book ? which explains the different dining options ? and informal information sessions hosted by the residential colleges present sophomores with their choices.Initiated by Interclub Advisor Michael Jackman '92, this year's sessions will include general explanations of various eating options and a clarification of the sign-in and bicker processes.