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What I Be Music and Arts Night

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The GW chapter of a national project focused on people airing their insecurities hosted a night of music and art in the Science and Engineering Hall on Sunday.

What I Be GW, which launched on campus last spring, organized the event that included performances by GW Spoken Word Collective, the GW Pitches, GW MotherFunkers and student guitarist, Colin Murphy

“What I be is kind of is a way for people to talk about their insecurities… What we’re trying to do here is kind of promote all the different parts of people that make us special and unique,” said Aviva Stone, president of GW What I be. “What better way to do that than music and cookies”.

Video by Chris Saccardo and Randala Abraham.

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