Center Stage: Glee Club in Chicago
Representatives from Culver Military Academy rehearsed the displaying of the colors, an important part of any ceremony.
Ted tested the sensitivity of the microphones that amplified the piano during a routine sound check.
What’s this? A car was on display in the dining hall. Interesting in design, it was welcomed by the guests as an important achievement in automotive advancement. What a beauty!
Junior Josh Getto took the time to review some Calculus during down-time. Finals are coming! Study hard!
Downtown Chicago at night was filled with lights and tall, lit buildings—quite different from Indiana skylines.
There’s nothing like a good Chicago hotdog to get you warmed up on a cold winter night. Nathan Wilkins, a freshman, grabbed a quick meal for a long evening ahead.
The spirit of the season was shining brightly in this shop as members of Glee Club ordered Starbucks coffee for a much needed boost.
Glee Clubbers are also diligent students, and a few are shown busy at their computers while there was time to spare.
Senior Aaron Strand serenaded this lucky woman during the show of about thirty minutes, and just look at the delighted faces!
The tradition of mingling was fulfilled by the Glee Club after the show had concluded. Senior Jim Giberson and Junior Blake Vogt made pleasant conversation with the interested crowd as well.
Sophomore Trey Smith observed one of the oldest traditions of Glee Club—the offering of the carnation, and to none other than the beautiful Miss Indiana.