Princeton choir group performs at school meeting

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Kathy Fang

The Princeton Roaring 20 sings at school meeting last Friday. Harker alumni Ishanya Anthapur (‘15) is a part of the group, which was touring the Bay Area during Princeton's fall break.

by Lucy Ge, Asst. News Editor

The Princeton Roaring 20, a co-ed a capella group at Princeton, performed at Harker upper school school meeting last Friday, as part of their tour around the Bay Area. Songs they performed included Queen’s “Somebody to Love” and Ella Fitzgerald’s “Blue Skies.”

Harker alumna Ishanya Anthapur (‘15) is a part of the group, which was touring the Bay Area during Princeton’s fall break. Members of the group introduced themselves by stating their major and hometown.

Irina Malyugina