MUN Talent Show

Aboubacar Diallo

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CSS held its first ever talent show and it was hosted by a newly founded club in this school, Model UN.  Model UN was founded by Zosia Caes, junior, and Natalie Schmit, junior, both are new students at this school.  It is supervised by Professor Kimberly Terranova, who is a humanities teacher. The talent show took place on March 3 and was held to raise money for their upcoming conference, NHSMUN, where they will be representing our school.

The talent show consisted of at least 20 acts, which included students and teachers. The cost of the tickets in advance were $6 and the cost at the door was $8. The performances entertained the crowd, while a bake sale served an array of different foods, ranging from brownies to cupcakes.

The acts were simply amazing and included Rusat Ramgopal’s, junior, humorous stand-up comedy and a sing along conducted by Professors Daniel Attridge and Kimberly Terranova. Not only was the talent show marvelous, but it raised over $1000 dollars for the Model UN conference.

Carlos Tejada, sophomore, who attended the talent show originally thought that the talent show would be dull and monotonous.  

“The talent show was pretty good after all” said Tejada. “I thought it was not going to be entertaining, but it turned out to be entertaining…there were a lot of great singers.”

Rohan Beckford, sophomore, enjoyed the diversity and the different acts that occurred.

“The performances were very interesting,” said Beckford. “[There was] a lot of diversity in who went up. My first favorite part was when the teachers came up, because that just got me confused but it was mad funny too, but I also liked when Christiana sang.”


The CSS talent show turned out to be a great experience for the audience and the people in it, being the first talent show ever hosted at CSS.  There was a variety of talents shared, it also helped Model UN raise money so that they could continue to work on their successes outside of school.

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MUN Talent Show