Community Events

Crop Hunger Walk



A huge thank you to everyone who participated in the CROP Hunger Walk, and special thanks to Casey Jean, Alex Fiolek, Jackie Lecznar, Katie Henderson, and Devyn Miller for representing MIMA. Our hearts go out to all those affected by the recent hurricanes. We proudly raised $415 for the Church World Organization and their relief efforts, more than any other RSO on campus! 25% of the funds raised will also go to Project Starburst and Third Ave Free Lunch program. It is so important to give back to the community and we are excited to be part of such a great cause.


College of Business Bowling Tournament


Adopt A Family

A team of MIMA members competed in the Annual College of Business Bowling Tournament at The Gate's new location and enjoyed a fun night with College of Business RSOs, faculty and staff. This famous event happens each semester and is hosted by AMA Ferris. All funds raised from this event went toward sponsoring a Feeding America foodtruck. 

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This year, MIMA had the opportunity to work with Adopt A Family and purchase Christmas presents for a single mother and her three children. 

“The Adopt A Family program, which begins each year in early September and runs through the end of December, has been serving those in need across Michigan since 1993. In the 25-year history of this special program, hope and joy – along with toys, clothing and meals – have been brought to children, seniors and veterans during the season that is supposed to be the happiest time of the year. Sponsors (individuals, families, teams, organizations, businesses) adopt families for the holidays, providing at least one new toy and one new outfit for each child in the family, as well as a special holiday meal.”

MIMA would like to recognize Ian Evo as our MIMAN of the Month for January 2018. Over the past couple months, Ian has committed countless hours to crafting his music abilities. He has worked on stage teams for the Fashion Alliance Show and On the Rise, as well as working in the studio. Ian has jumped at every opportunity to further develop his skills-- earning the most professional development points out of all MIMA members this past semester. He has taken it upon himself to learn about our future projects and leadership positions. He has a strong desire and passion to learn every aspect of the music industry and we commemorate him for that. Great job Ian!

Partner Events

Fashion Alliance Show


Students from MIMA had the opportunity to work lighting and sound for the Student Fashion Alliance Halloween Nightmare Fashion Show. TK White, a MIMA member walked in the show and Nick Robertson worked the show as the DJ.