A night with the Pikers: A toast to comedy

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The Pikers provided shelter and song on a chilly Jan. 25 night in Graham Chapel. Along with musical numbers, the Pikers showcased a thirty-minute short film centered around their fictional, and often funny, quest to receive SU funding.

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A harsh reminder of child-labor law violations welcomed the ticket line to Jammin’ Toast.

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The opening number was bathed in blue light.

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A Pikers Alum taken in the show through a Woody mask.

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Sophomore Louis Gordon harmonizes.

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Freshman Alex Chang performs in the “New Guy” number

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Pikers watch a clip from their short film lampooning SU, Student Life and Sigma Nu, among others.

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Sophomore Devon Finlay watches pensively from the edge of the stage.

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Senior Nathan Marak sings the penultimate number of the show.

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After the Pikers depart for what’s sure to be a raucous after-party, all that’s left to do is take down the audio equipment.

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