Homecoming Weekend Celebrates 90

Nick Ciocchi, Reporter

Student thespians, musicians, jugglers and the like are invited to take part in the 2014 MU talent show in Lemmon Theater.

The talent show will take place at 8 PM on Thursday Oct 2.

Homecoming committee members said the most exciting weekend events include the selection of King and Queen and the campuses favorite, the talent shows. Nick Ciocchi and Anthony Sergio will serve as emcees. Last year’s show was such a successes that hundreds of people attended, cramming the theater aisle.

Organizers expect a good turnout.  “With my group’s act being last to go, I’m very excited for this event to take place,” Sergio said.

“This show is something I am really looking forward to. I am very excited to be up on stage with Nick with hopefully a full house,” said Sergo.

Some  participants expect to return for a second shot.

“With all the practices and rehearsal it was a great experience to really get the feeling of being up on stage,” said 2014 graduate Doug Ranson.

Student Activities Director Darcy Brodmerkel expects more fun to come – thanks to the students.

“The students do a very good job on getting everything organized for the show,” she said. “This is a big event for the campus and for the community as everyone can see what special talents our students have.”

“Being in the audience last year, I was laughing so hard I was almost falling out of my seat,” senior Cael Evans said. “From a student’s view, its good to see the University and the community get together for this event. Every year the students have something special to show that always makes the show great.”

The  Homecoming King and Queen Ceremony  always  keeps the crowd alive through out this talent show. Winners are recognized at the football game the following day.