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The Battalion

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SLIDESHOW: Aggies Got Talent

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Junior food science major Bonnie Sturrock preps for her performance with the Dance Arts Society in the dressing room.

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  • Junior english major Courtney Kiolbassa goes over her poetry before the show.

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  • Improv team, Freudian Slip, made the crowd laugh as they were the emcees of the evening.

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  • Dance team, Fade to Black, kicks of the show with a high-energy dance routine.

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  • Singer/songwriter Emily Orr plays the guitar and sings Adele’s “When We Were Young”.

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  • Junior english major Courtney Kiolbassa eloquently recites her poem. 

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  • Improv team, Freudian Slip, emcee Aggies Got Talent. 

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  • Carlos Machuca serenades the audience with Sinatra’s “Come Fly With Me”.

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  • Texas A&M’s Dance Arts Society performs a graceful, jazz number.

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  • Samantha Garcia passionately sings Selena’s “Que Creias”.

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  • Adrian Rangel moves the crowd to their feet by playing the Aggie War Hymn on electric guitar. 

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  • Cameron Stokes is joined by pianist Mace Williamson in a duo number.

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  • Indian Culture Dance Team, Akh Mastani, rocks the stage with their first-place winning dance routine.

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  • This trio serenades the audience with the harmonies of “Poison and Wine” by the Civil Wars.

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  • This trio replicates the rap battle from the “Cabinet Battle” of the hit musical Hamilton.

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  • Veteran Keefer Patterson graces the audience with his guitar and harmonica playing.

  • Nicholas Roberts plays his original song about an Aggieland love.

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  • Improv team, Freudian Slip, entertains the crowd with a dating game, while the judges make their decisions. 

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  • Contestants line the stage to wait for the awards. 

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  • Samantha Garcia won third place for singing “Que Creias”.

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  • Adrian Rangel won second place for playing Aggie traditional songs on the electric guitar. 

  • Indian Culture Dance Team, Akh Mastani, won first place with their performance. 

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