Engineering Anteaters Show Off Their Tau-lent
Would you like to win $50? $100? Well, too bad, because you just missed your chance to do so at the third annual Tau-lent show. The Tau-lent show is open to all majors and is held annually by Tau Beta Pi, the engineering honor society.
Three, two, one, lights, camera, action! The show attracted talents from across campus. For one night only, Crystal Cove Auditorium became the stage for fellow Anteaters to show their Tau-lent.
‘Its great to see the students being involved putting this event together,’ said Dr. John Stupar, one of the three judges for the contest.
Starting off the show was a dance performance by Fusion Tek, a modern dance troupe made up of mainly engineering majors and was followed by contestants who performed a variety of acts.
One of the contestants, Christian Malik, a third-year mechanical engineering major performed what he called Trial’s Demonstration, leaping on and off, doing a tail whip while jumping off of a picnic table