Students show off talents at open mic night
Talent was the main event last Thursday night as Program Council, TREAT and the Hughes-Trigg Student Center hosted Open Mic Night.
Students had the opportunity to show off their talents to a small crowd.
Program Council member and the night’s emcee Corbin Swagerty said one of the main goals of the event was to bring people together.
More open mic nights are planned, according to Swagerty, and the next one is two weeks away.
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