Last Wednesday, Nov. 7, in the Attic, students and faculty mingled with community members awaiting the performance of Italian Hip-Hop artist Amir Issaa.
The vibe was relaxed and conversational as everyone sat at tables and around the bar.
Upon taking the stage, Issaa announced that the space was not a classroom, but a club, and prompted everyone to get on their feet and gather around the stage. Audience members tentatively made their way up to the space in front of the stage as the educational event turned into a party.
Soon after, the audience was captivated as Issaa rapped about the struggles he faced growing up with a father in prison and a mother who constantly worked to support her family.
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