Columbia’s Got Talent

By Cristina Aguirre

“Columbia’s Got Talent,” a talent show organized by the Faculty and Staff Scholarship Initiative, was put on to assist Scholarship Columbia efforts. More than a dozen acts performed at Stage Two of the 618 S. Michigan Building, 618 S.Michigan Ave., on Dec. 2 in an effort to raise money for Columbia students.

Performers hoping to raise money included a juggler, poet, interpretive dancers and musicians from different departments across the college. One participant, Imus’ assistant and organizing committee member Bethany Brownholtz, performed her own medley of Lady Gaga’s songs “Pokerface” and “Bad Romance.”  The Chronicle was on the scene to capture performance.

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