Students seek opportunity at Involvement Fest

Photo by Fatou Thiam

By Noelle Acquilano and Fatou Thiam, Staff Writers

Students attended Involvement Fest in LeChase Commons on Tuesday, Sept. 18 to explore different Fisher clubs and organizations in Rochester and sample food.

The presence of different groups allowed students to learn more about varying opportunities and get involved on and off campus.

Organizations that were not present in the past were in attendance at the annual event this year. Unlike previous years, DiBella’s Subs and hot dogs were served free of charge.

Even with over 70 clubs to choose from, some students did not wait to get involved on campus. Freshman accounting major Avery Terroso said he joined the Accounting Club and Colleges Against Cancer.

In addition to campus clubs, Lackmann Culinary Services and the Fire Safety Team was also present. Both departments sought to educate the Fisher community.

The Fire and Life Safety Officer Al Camp said exposing students to a fire exhibit “is an opportunity to promote fire safety here on campus.”

Wade Griffin, the Chef De Cuisine of Lackmann, displayed the Farmers Market at Involvement Fest for the past five years. The Farmer’s Market showcased the ingredients Lackmann uses in meals distributed in the dining halls and cafes. Students could also purchase fresh fruits, vegetables and sunflowers.

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