Music and acapella groups at binghamton
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So if you're interested in music, there are a cappella groups. There's going to be like a whole week in the beginning of the school year and the beginning of each semester where you can try out for an acapella group and these are cappella groups hold shows. So there's like dollar a cappella shows where you go and pay a dollar and the cappella groups can share the money. There's also individual a cappella groups and these air much easier to balance with schoolwork. So if you're into music, there's definitely that option. Something else is that there are theatre productions that happened here. You just have to kind of figure it out and get into that type of thing. I'm personally not into theatre, so I don't know how it works. You know that the acapella groups are very large here, and actually, people probably go more talk a Polish shows and they go to sports events here. Another thing is, we have a building called Fine Arts, which is about liberal arts. We actually have a museum in the Fine Arts building on campus. It's an exhibit that a student gets for a semester, and they can put their own art in the exhibit, and people can go visit whenever they want. You'll always see people doing some crazy things in the fine arts building. It's definitely like a cool, cool place that you won't see. It's kind of like a movie where it's completely separated, like the engineering building. It's like everyone's like and the fine arts building everyone's more chilled were relaxed, and it's definitely an art slash, music slash theatre type of vibe.