Singing with SCOPE

Francesca Fontanez

Some of today’s greatest hits could be heard coming from the German Club on Sat, Jan. 31, due to the SCOPE Weekend Committee’s Karaoke Night.

Mike Hagen singing “Losing My Religion” (Photo by Francesca Fontanez / Charger Bulletin Photo)
Mike Hagen singing “Losing My Religion”
(Photo by Francesca Fontanez / Charger Bulletin Photo)

The event ran from at 2 p.m. until 6 p.m., and was an intimate event of about 20 people according to SCOPE committee heads, Solange Ramkissoon and Jordann Skloff, who arranged for the top three singers to be awarded with Amazon gift cards.

“Karaoke Nights are always a great opportunity for friends to get to together and sing some of their favorite songs,” said Derek Watson, President of SCOPE, when explaining why they continue to schedule semesterly karaoke nights.

“I sang ‘Sweet Caroline,’ and it was a crowd favorite! Everyone joined into sing,” said Watson.

Teri Tozzi, participant in the event, described the event as a relaxed setting where people could have fun with their friends, and make new ones. Tozzi went on to say that there were a variety of songs to

choose from, so everyone could find something to sing along to.

Danielle Cardone and Amanda Badai, members of SCOPE, attended the event to not only support the committee heads, but also to have fun. Cardone mentioned that since the setting was so intimate, if people knew the song they would just join in, and Badai added that by the end of the night, her voice was gone due to all the group singing.

Yet again, SCOPE has successfully hosted an entertaining weekend event for the student body here at UNH to enjoy.