EDISON, NJ - Upper School students from the Spoken Word Club at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison organized and staged the first Open Mic Night on Jan. 20 in the AP Room. The evening featured performances including poetry, music and spoken word. Performers included, pictured from left: Jaden Dugenio of Branchburg, Learta Bajqinovci of Roselle Park, Aaliah Burney of Sewaren, Candace Eason of Linden, Kallie Schildge of Westfield, Sidney Daniel of Plainfield, Andrea Tobar of South Plainfield, Zishan Sajid of Carteret and Jordan Rose of Watchung.
Wardlaw-Hartridge Students Organize First Open Mic Night
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