SGA Holds Second Annual Talent Show

Olivia Stevens, staff writer

On April 14, 2017 at Piedmont Community College (PVCC), the Student Government Association (SGA) will be having their second annual talent show. The talent show will showcase students showing a variety of different talents from PVCC.

Students will be competing against each other for a grand prize of $250. Second place winner will receive $100, and third place will receive $50.

Image courtesy of PVCC SGA

Image courtesy of PVCC SGA

Each act will be judged by a panel of students and faculty.

The judges will be Professor Colum Leckey, SGA Vice President Brandi Rey, and Dance Club President Skye Scott. Each judge has a background in music or dance. Leckey is currently a member of a band, Rey has been studying opera for over 30 years, and Scott has been dancing for 10 years.

The talent show will be held on April 14 at 7 p.m. in the Dickinson Auditorium. Auditions will run from March 27 to April 6. Students can sign up online for auditions. The link for it can be found on the blackboard page on the right hand column. Students can also submit a video link online if they cannot make it to any of the audition dates.

When signing up for auditions, students will need their email and their student identification number. They will also need their phone number and what type of talent that they will be performing.

As a disclaimer, I am the director of events for the SGA, and I am in charge of planning and running the talent show.

President of SGA Wadah Al Mulhim said, “This event is for the students who are trying to be in the spotlight and show off their talent; it is also an opportunity for our community to join us in celebrating our talented students.”


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