Our Coat of Many Colors

Faith McKesson, Reporter

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With the blanket theme “Pieces of a Puzzle”, the South Gym was filled wall-to-wall with club posters and crowded will student performers, each group representing a specific culture.

This past Friday on March 16, Clovis High illustrated the abundant subgroups and cultures here on campus.

Our campus concert choir kicked it off with an acapella rendition of “Imagine” by John Lennon.

Following the vocal performance was the esteemed Folklorico dance club.

Dancing in their vibrant, traditional Mexican styled silhouettes, the female dancers flounced across the gym floor with tremendous grace. Crowned with lit candles, their soft twirls had me mesmerized for the duration of the routine.  

It’s hard to match up to such an executed and polished performance, but the Latin and African-American Student club showed out.

With a high-energy hip-hop routine and stomp finale, the AASU club demonstrated a rhythmic and soulful experience through its electric dance performance.

Combining cultural, musical, and pop-culture influences, this year’s Mosaic assembly showed a fraction of the many unique and staple subgroups and clubs on campus. Showcasing its own talents, each group left a mark on and off stage.

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Our Coat of Many Colors