By Reagan Swatosh, MUTV-23 News Reporter

COLUMBIA – This past week, the Mizzou Involvement Ambassadors held an Involvement Week,
or I-Week as they call it, for all students to participate in.

“Involvement Week is an event the Involvement Ambassadors put on every semester with a
bunch of support from other campus partners,” says Mizzou Involvement Ambassador
President Linden O’Brien Williams. “The idea for the week is that we compile as much
programming and as many opportunities for students to get involved as we can.”
Events ranged from club meet-and-greets through a virtual involvement fair to movies on
Faurot Field and even a free popsicle stand.

“The overall goal is to kick off each semester with a lot of enthusiasm about involvement,”
Williams comments. Since there are so many ways to get involved at Mizzou, it can be
overwhelming. I-Week is our attempt to make it easier on students who are trying to get
involved.”

Julia Scherer, a student who attended some of the events, had some input about her
experience last week.

“As an incoming freshman, it’s overwhelming to try to find ways to get involved on campus,”
Scherer says. “It was nice to see that there are resources available to help me find the clubs and
events that I would be interested in.”

In case you happened to miss this semester’s I-Week, stay tuned for information next semester
about how you can get involved and participate in Involvement Week.

Edited by Rachel Henderson

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