2015 Pacific’s Got Talent: Event showcases campus talent

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The stage lights flicker to life as Pacific University

students stand center stage to sing, juggle and dance

their way to the $200 prize for the top talent winner at

Pacific’s Got Talent.

Every year in spring, the Resident Hall

Association hosts Pacific’s Got Talent, and this year

they have 18 participants lined up, more than they’ve

ever had.

“We have tap dancing, we have impressionists,

we have the pole acrobatics again that we had last

year,” Resident Hall Association Events and Activities

Coordinator Katy Kilsdonk said. “It’s not anything

like Open Mic, it has a variety of talents.”

Every performer will receive a goody bag, and the

top three winners will receive larger prizes. Another

reward of $50 dollars is offered for the winning artist

in the artist section of the show. And for everyone,

dessert is provided.

This year the event will be held March 6 at 6:30

p.m. in Taylor Meade Auditorium. The audience will

be able to text to vote and the judges will be able to

provide commentary and be the final decision for


“I think students should go,” Kilsdonk said. “It’s

a very varied talent show, it’s really interactive, and

it’s going to be really interesting.”


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