Every Thursday from 7-8 PM students join together in the Snow building to sing their hearts out, A’cappella style.
Students from campus have come together to offer the chance for singers to preform in a comfortable and fun environment while attending school.
One of the managers of the workshop, Laura Jossie, gives us her inside look of what A’cappella means to her, “ I love A’cappella, it’s one of my favorite, you know forms of singing, there is so much power in the human voice.”
With tapping toes and songs from todays era, this workshop offers an opportunity for singers to better their skills and have a good time.
Shem Sedrick, one of the performers, tells us what this workshop is really about, “ It’s not necessarily talent, I’m not the best singer, but I have fun with it and that’s all that matters.”
Don’t be nervous to participate, from beginners to professionals anyone is welcome to join.
Another manager, Caleb Cragun, said, “ Even if you can’t sing we still welcome people because we work with each gro individually and if you don’t know where you are we will find where you go. Anybody can come and we are welcome to have anyone come.”
So singers, come out of hiding and go to the A’cappella workshop every Thursday night at the Snow building in room 102.
Reporting from campus, I’m Kylee Benesh, scroll digital.