Open Mic Brings Student Performances to the Hub

Around 15 students gathered at the Hub on a recent Friday evening to attend the facility’s first Open Mic. Performances included everything from singing to comedy to short stories.  The event was organized by Mr. Adam Stewart, the school’s new music instructor. 

“The open mic is a safe space for self-expression and creative risks,” Stewart said. “Events like these are great for our community to see the types of students we have and to recognize students for something besides athletics and academics,” Stewart added.

Students enjoyed this event and saw it as a chance to show their peers some of their hidden talents. “My favorite part was being able to watch everyone’s performances and having a very supportive environment,” Christie-Anne Nelson ‘23, who said her favorite performance was a story told by sophomore Ashley Guevara.

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