The class of 2020 held their third annual Milli Vanilli lip-syncing competition last Wednesday, April 24, at 7:00 p.m. The competition was held in the Mabel Brown room and admission was $2 with Keene State apparel and $3 without it. There, seven acts competed for the grand prize of a $100 gift card to Target with special guest judges like Vice President of Student Affairs Kemal Atkin, President Melinda Treadwell and more.
Puja Thapa is an enthusiastic Nepali woman who brings meaningful and creative impact to the world. She is graduating from Keene State College in May 2021 with a bachelor’s degree in business management with minors in studio arts and women and gender studies. As Administrative Executive Editor for two years at the national award-winning student newspaper, The Equinox, she has strengthened her leadership, organizational, and communication skills. Puja has also explored her interest in photography and writing through the newspaper and has produced national and state-level award-winning content. Her journey from Nepal to the U.S. has helped her evolve into a deeply conscientious and highly adaptable contributor to society. She is always looking forward to experiencing and excelling at new opportunities.