Arts & Entertainment

DSU Starts the Spring Semester “Wilding Out.”

Destiny Wharton

As the No Limit Administration and Hornet Activities Committee (HAC) welcomed new and returning students back to campus for the 2019 spring semester, they decided to have a DSU Edition of Nick Cannon’s Wild n’ Out.

The event took place on Wednesday, January 9, 2019 on campus at the University’s EH Theater.

Students had a chance to audition for a spot on a team by submitting a video of their best jokes to HAC. The result became two teams of five comedians. Each of the teams battled back and forth for five rounds of comical improv that kept the crowd amused.

There was also a DJ by the name of DJ Cale that kept the crowd “vibing” the whole night.

DJ Cale thought the event was pretty successful. “Everything ran smooth, the cast kept the crowd laughing the whole night,” DJ Cale said. He also explained that the school should host more events such as this, and he thoroughly enjoyed mixing for it. “I had fun, and look forward to the next event,” the DJ added.


DJ Cale (Photo by: @lamz_effekt on Instagram)

DSU’s edition of Wild n’ Out was a way for students to fellowship and enjoy one another’s company. “It brings students out, and we get to have fun and interact with one another,” said Kyara Fish, a sophomore here at the university. “My favorite part of the show was when both teams had to remix songs from back in the day, and one of the teams had remixed “Before I Let Go” by Maze and Frankie Beverly.”

The HAC and No Limit Administration definitely welcomed students back in a riveting way. Students are excited to start their semester and cannot wait to see what the two have in store for the student body.

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