If you’ve got it, flaunt it

| Valli Sridharan reporter | More than 100 students cheered for their peers as six teams participated in “Gorillas Got Talent” on Tuesday, Nov.18, in Weede Stadium. The annual event raises money for the Make A Wish Foundation, an organization that grants wishes to children with terminal illness. “The performances were outstanding and this is a great way to raise money,” said Jacob Stevenson, senior in education. The six participating teams that performed were softball, baseball, volleyball, women’s track and football. The athletes practiced for several hours to create their dances and many say they were motivated to show their talent for a good cause. “Showing that the track team does have a presence at…

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Athletes showcase talent during second annual show Kelsea Renz | managing editor Student athletes showed off their diverse talents outside of sports at the second annual Gorillas Got Talent on Tuesday, Dec. 3. Athletes representing softball, golf, men’s basketball, volleyball, football and baseball performed acts varying from singing to dancing to skits. “It was a chance to do something outside of my sport,” said Jake Stevenson, junior baseball player. “And it was a chance to bond with my teammates.” Stevenson and sophomore Kylie Gafford were the masters of ceremony for the talent show. A panel of judges, including John Fatkin, Kristina Willis, Phil Scott, and Kaylee Cole of KIX 102.5, joined them for the competition….

Gorilla athletes showcase other talents

Terell Eaddy, junior in business, performs with the men's basketball team at Gorillas Got Talent in the Allen Field House on Thursday, November 29.

Gretchen Burns | Collegio Reporter Last Thursday, John Lance Arena was filled with students, athletes and community members who shared two common goals: raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and enjoy some entertainment. The Pittsbur buy cheap cialis g State Student-Athlete Advisory Committee held the first ever Gorillas Got Talent to fundraise for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Athletes representing almost every sport on campus performed various skits, musical performances, dancing and improv acts in front of a panel of judges and a crowd of over 400 people. “I think that it’s great to give back to kids and children as athletes,” said Jessica Barnes, junior in early childhood development. “This is the way that we can…