Students: Virtually audition for Unity Talent Show by Oct. 22

The Office of Multicultural Student Engagement is hosting a Unity Talent Show from 6-7 p.m. Nov. 12 in the Natalie and Lansing B. Lee Jr. Auditorium.

The event, hosted at the end of Values Week, will illustrate the university’s core value of inclusivity by providing a space for students to perform talents that amplify equity, justice and cultural awareness through dance, spoken word, singing, instrumental performance and more.

Students interested in participating should submit a brief 60-second audition video via the registration form by Friday, Oct. 22.

The first-place winner will earn a $500 scholarship, the second-place winner will earn a $250 scholarship and the third-place winner will earn a $150 scholarship. Registered student organizations can audition as a group act, and if they win the talent show, participants can split the scholarship individually or have the funds deposit into their organization’s account.

Note that all students selected to participate in the talent show must attend the rehearsals Nov. 9 and Nov. 11.

The talent show is free for all Augusta University students, faculty and staff, and $5 for all other attendees.

Email MSE with questions about the event. Students can earn Paw Points for this event on JagLife.

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