Next Coffee House scheduled


Jude Nanaw

Juniors Duc Ngo and Johana Guillen performed a one-act play titled “Mars and Persephone.”

Jude Nanaw, Co-Editor in Chief

After holding auditions on Jan. 9, the Filament Literary Magazine is preparing for the fourth Coffee House of the school year.

Due to high audience turn out and excitement around the first two Coffee House events on Sept. 26 and Oct. 31, the event was moved from the bistro to Clausen Hall for the winter Coffee House on Dec. 18 in order to accommodate more audience members.

Past performances have included raps, songs, poetry, one-act plays, band performances, and more.

“Some of the performances in the upcoming Coffee House will express the theme of the struggles of youth,” Co-Editor in Chief of The Filament Evelyn Nguyen said.

The event will be held in Clausen Hall again on Jan. 23 at 3:30 p.m. Entrance to Coffee House will be $5.

“I’m excited for the upcoming Coffee House because the event is growing and is only getting bigger and better,” Nguyen said.