Students share their talents at Open Mic Night

Katie Hill of the Residential Housing Association organized a series of Open Mic Nights this semester with the last taking place Saturday Dec. 3 in the Otter Student Union rookery. Hosted by Caleb Robbins and with help from Grady Lancer, the free event was open to all students to join as spectators or performers. The night featured students singing covers, original works and performing songs on guitars. Open Mic Nights will return Feb. 4.

MC and Performer Caleb Robbins starting the night with “Mack the Knife,” popularized by Louis Armstrong.

Henry Bensco performing “Something in the Orange” by artist Zach Bryan.

Cyan Erdita rapping an original piece.

Louise Drumm singing “The Whole Being Dead Thing” from “Beetlejuice.”

Colin Sullevin on the bass, performing “We are Fishes” by RadioHead.

Malia Savella bringing Christmas spirit with Joni Mitchell’s “River.”

Colin Sullevin and Henry Bensco perform a duet on guitars.

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