The Associated Student Body Government hosted a Karaoke Night in Danner Hall on Nov. 30.
This was the first event celebrating Mustang Night, after-school gatherings where people can come together, have a good time and show their school spirit.
They also gathered canned foods to help those in need.
“We thought it would be nice to have something for Delta as well as the community,” said Quanisha “Peachez” Smith, ASBG Senator of Activities.
The rainy weather didn’t stop Delta students from showing up.
Some even came with instruments in hand, ready to rock.
This was a chance to showcase talent without the pressure one might feel at a larger venue, such as the more regional Apollo Night.
“The smaller crowd size helps me relax,” said contestant Jaylen Aleksandr about the audience.
The good vibe included good food. Pulled-pork sandwiches and nachos were sold.
Performances ranged from Hip-Hop to country. A Hmong singer also performed.
Although it was a competition, the performers seemed as if having fun was their main goal.
They wrapped the show up with a group performance by the ASBG members singing “Baby Got Back” by Sir Mix-a-lot.
It was a light-hearted and pleasant atmosphere.
“Even though we had a small budget to work with, I’m happy with the turn out,” said Bronche Taylor, vice president of student affairs.