PennSori had a reunion in New York over fall break! It was good seeing alumni again, thank you for coming out 😊 Reposted to include @daegubro
PennSori completed an escape room today during our fall retreat! Seas the day 😎
Happy 21st birthday to our VP, Hong! We hope you enjoyed your day and the surprise presents from us 😊 Swipe left to see a very happy and tipsy @im.hongry in slow motion 2️⃣1️⃣🎉
We performed our first gig with newbies at Perry World House yesterday for Global Arts Week! Can you spot them in the picture? 😛
Today is our last day of auditions for this semester! Come to Williams 04 between 2pm-10pm to sign up (note that we will be taking a dinner break between 7pm-8pm today). Finally, hear from Rachel Cho on why she joined PennSori and why you should too: I joined PennSori because of a pretty simple reason - I loved music, and I wanted to sing with people. I quickly realized though that these were hardly the only things that I'd be getting out of the experience. I've grown so much through Sori in ways I couldn't have imagined, and the people I've met along the way have truly been integral to my college experience. Sori supports you, no matter what. Aside from the awesome music that we do 🙂 we also have a huge focus on developing leadership and communication skills through board positions. If you want to find your family on campus, this is it! Rachel is a senior in PennSori and one of our musical directors!
PENNSORI AUDITIONS ARE TODAY! Swing by Williams G4 between 2pm-10pm to sing for us. Note that we will be taking a dinner break between 6pm-7pm. Today, hear Edward Kim tell you why you should join our group: Music is only part of the experience. It’s about finding people with whom you can build intimate and lifelong friendships, and also work together to create something beautiful while spending time with one another. The more time and effort you put in toward an a cappella group, the more they become family. You’ll find some of the most supportive, caring, and uplifting friends in a group like PennSori. In a campus that can be as busy and stressful as Penn, having such a family can make a world of difference – you find a home. And when everyone in the family works together to produce music, that’s when the sound becomes meaningful and a memory to cherish. Edward is a junior in PennSori and is our interim marketing chair!