Center Stage: Glee Club Camp Day 1
Glee Club Director Bill Griffel starts the first rehearsal of the 2009-2010 season for the Purdue Varsity Glee Club pumped up and ready to go.
New Assistant Director of the Purdue Varsity Glee Club, Ted Arthur, shows off his skills on the piano as the Glee Club's new accompanist .
Sophomore Kyle Hoos studies his new men cards during a break in rehearsal to make sure he knows their name, major, hometown and voicepart.
During breaks between rehearsals, members of the PVGC often socialize and get to know new and old members alike.
Assistant Manager of the Glee Club, Dan Gardiner, works hard to keep the group on track with his technological abilities and collection of music on his computer.
SMILE! Senior and Sir of Campus Relations, Andy Wirtner, is definitely having a great time at camp.
The Glee Club is debuting a few new pieces of music this year, one of which, "Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel", is being rehearsed during camp.
As the Glee Club learned "Didn't My Lord deliver Daniel", new men Matthew Lancaster and Caleb Larson work hard to get each note of the baritone part correct.
Members of Purdue Musical Organizations gather outside of Elliott Hall for a fun activity of the day: a word scramble scavenger hunt. Teams of students had to decode a message using letters on various plaques around campus.
Since the competition was a race against time, many teams chose to run from landmark to landmark.
"...The third letter of the second word excluding the title is :..."
The Red Jaguars team were the victors in as everyone returned to PMO. The unscrambled message was PMO's motto: "No Fun Without Music, no Music Without Fun".
Sophomore Clark Langmack after getting wet in one of the fountains on campus. Various members of PMO started a new tradition of having an all PMO "fountain run" to start the year.
Mopping, Mopping, all the time! Sir of RRLT, Pat Brown, cleans up after the all PMO fountain run.