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Save Mock Rock campaign reignites

John Brown University women’s rugby team performed in their first Mock Rock last year.
John Brown University women’s rugby team performed in their first Mock Rock last year.

Mock Rock is John Brown University’s annual lip sync competition put on by Student Events and Activities.

It is a heavily attended event, yet this year, as well as past years, it is in danger of not happening.

University held auditions for Mock Rock on Tuesday October 4.

     However, according to a sign in front of the caf that says save mock rock, not enough groups signed up to currently have Mock Rock.

    Teague Broquard attened the auditions on October 4. He said that he and his friends wanted to audition because they had done Mock Rock in high school and wanted to share the experience again in college.

He said that he believes Mock Rock can be saved if enough students sign up.

Broquard said that many people enjoy watching the event, but it is “ten-thousand times more fun to actually be in the event.”

Suzanna Rosco also auditioned with a group of friends on Tuesday night. She said she auditioned because it is a fun thing to do with friends and it gives them a “good excuse to spend more time together.”