RIT Students Strut Their Stuff in Tiger Idol Competition
Jan. 5, 2004
by Silandara Bartlett
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Reality TV comes to the stage at Rochester Institute of Technology. A gentler version of the hit TV show American Idol, RITís Tiger Idol competition features plenty of talent and drama with a little less criticism.
Now in its second year, auditions for Tiger Idol begin Jan. 12-14 and culminate in a final competition on Jan. 30.
Sponsored by Student Government as part of RITís homecoming celebration, the event gives RIT students a chance to show their talent outside of the classroom and also offers a $500 prize to the winner.
Schedule of events open to the media:
For more information about RITís homecoming events visit www.sg.rit.edu/homecoming.
NOTE TO MEDIA: To cover these events, call Silandara Bartlett at 475-4948.
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