WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — Students from Purdue University took the stage at Elliott Hall of Music for a cause Saturday evening.
The annual Phenomena show aims to raise funds for Bauer Family Resources. Saturday, the community was encouraged to donate school supplies at the door.
Groups that participated in the show include the Purdue Varsity Glee Club, The Purduettes, and the Purdue Bells.
Producer Michael Roesel said there is a special twist to the show.
"The entire show is completely student run so all of the music and correography has been written and correographed by the students that we've chosen to help us prepare for the show tonight," said Roesel.
The show featured songs from a variety of genres including classic rock, country and rap.
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