First Years Dominate Open Mic Night.

I’m so happy to see this publication grow and grow with each passing year. Every new set of editors brings something different to the legacy and I’m so excited to watch the development. If you’re in the Winston-Salem, NC area, you should really consider watching these talented young artists in their element. Consider going to the next open mic night if you’re free.

By Emily Ramser
Photos by LaNise Salley

    Incunabula’s first Open Mic Night went off without a hitch, drawing a crowd of first year performers.  

    Over the past few years, students have been asking for more Open Mic Nights, and Incunabula has responded by adding one or two more to their lineup for the year. This year, however, under new editorship the club is attempting to host Open Mic Nights once a month. This Sept. 11 marked the first of the nine Open Mic Nights that the club has planned. The event lasted for roughly a hour and a half, hosting performances of all kinds including live acoustic music, poetry, and raps.

    Lorina Morton, first year, performed a spoken word piece entitled “Negro 2.0.” The piece, which spoke about being African-American in today’s world, resonated with a lot of the audience.

     “I really liked…

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