By Mike Cotton, Currier Times Staff/////
WMLN 91.5’s (Curry College Radio) Sync’d Up will be making its return on Saturday, November 6 at 2:00 p.m. in the Student Center. This event is an opportunity for Curry College students to break out of their shells, and display the many talents that students here have.
Although Sync’d Up is usually held in the spring, the co-directors of the WMLN music department, Mike Cotton and Samantha Wahlberg, decided that hosting one in the fall and one in the spring would help showcase all of the amazing talents within the Curry College community.
“Hosting this event in the Student Center will be different from the norm,” said Wahlberg. “But, the turn out of this event should be great! I’m expecting to see some amazing acts.”
Students around campus are excited to see how this event turns out next Saturday. Junior, Rian Queen, thinks larger crowds will enjoy the festivities.
“This year will be better than last year,” said Queen. “Especially due to the rules on campus in regard to the pandemic being a tad bit more laxed.” Queen added, “Last year, there were a lot more restrictions. I’m hoping more people participate this year with off-campus visitors being allowed on campus.”
Professor Ken Carberry, who is also the Director of Radio for WMLN-FM, was also nothing less than enthusiastic when talking about the Sync’d Up event.
“In the past, this event would generally be held in the springtime, so pulling this off in the fall should be quite interesting,” said Carberry.
Despite the minor challenge of hosting an event such as Sync’d Up not only in the fall, but in the Student Center, various individuals around campus seem to be excited to see their companions and other students showcase what they can do.
Put on your calendars the Sync’d Up event on November 6, 2021, and see you there!
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