In reading the November 15 edition of the campus times, I noticed the article, “Lights Out”, about After Hours’ fall concert. In the article, author Rebecca Roberts says that After Hours is “the only coed a cappella group on campus.” I would like to point out that the Mazel Tones, currently in their second year here at the University of Rochester, are a co-ed Jewish a cappella group. We perform at many events around campus, as well as in the community. We just want everyone to know that there are two co-ed a cappella groups on campus.

Sincerely, Laura Cowan, Buisness Manager of the Mazel Tones



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