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Much to SEA at its coffeehouse

Published: March 7, 2008
Section: Arts, Etc.

diverse-city-3-7-08_page_4_image_0002.jpgSabrina Stone ’07 opened for the Students for Environmental Action(SEA) coffeehouse at Chums on Sunday. She played a short set, including songs about the environment as well as few songs from her EP Sabrina Stone. Vice President of SEA, Matthew Schmidt ’11, commented, “The SEA coffee house was a great success, not only because we were able to raise a large amount of funds, and kick off our SEA calender ‘BARE,’ but many of the songs incorporated environmental issues.”

diverse-city-3-7-08_page_4_image_0001.jpgMid-years Julian Olidort ’11, along with percussionist, Brijesh Jani ’11 performed original works as well, playing a 5 song set. “As midyears, it was a wonderful feeling to have such a receptive crowd for our first show here,” Olidort said, “We hope to keep on smiling and fuzzing.”