Students showcase talents at Open Mic Night

Students showcase talents at Open Mic Night

By Emily Johnson

Performing an original song, senior Connor Bickle participates in the StuCo-sponsored Open Mic Night on Wednesday, Jan. 25.

Katie Linsey, reporter and Ryan Fullerton, reporter

Approximately 30 people gathered in the commons for the annual StuCo-sponsored Open Mic Night on Wednesday, Jan. 25.

Open Mic Night is an opportunity for students to showcase their various talents.

“I thought it was pretty cool, it was interesting to see a lot of people’s talents,” junior Jayce Knowles said. “Definitely better than last year’s.”

Junior Alex Maupin performed his Forensics piece, “Coffee Craze Confusion.”

“While sitting under the strobe light, I had a great time performing,” Maupin said. “I wanted to practice for the first Forensics meet.”

Junior Kelsey Winscott also performed a monologue, “Promises,” and enjoyed the experience.

“I think there is some real talent at MV,” Winscott said. “It’s interesting to see how people are different inside and outside of school.”

Also performing were: junior Alex Kain, piano solo, senior Connor Bickle, original song and sophomore Joe Vincent, junior Andrew Eigsti and senior Leo Santos, two original songs by the band “Project Manhattan.”

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