Dance music echos throughout lunch hour
By Brian D. Brannon ’11
Tuesdays are days usually filled with hurried chatter, tests being assigned and students rushing to finish assignments.
As lunch begins all of these things can be seen in virtually every part of Brophy; however, if one takes a moment and listens, he will hear the steady beat of phonological sounds drawing them in.
Those sounds are coming from the Techno Tuesday Club.
Techno Tuesday was started by alumnus Bryce Muzzy ’10 as a way for students to express themselves through rapid tempo, interesting music and dancing.
Since Muzzy’s demarcation Will Duval ’11 and Andrew Beasley ’11 have taken the club to new extremes.
According to Kevin Donnely ’11, Techno Tuesday is set for another exciting year through several events and changes to the club.
“We’re going to have a fall dance on Nov. 15 sponsored by the Student Council, it’s going to be a Techno-hip hop dance,” Donnely said. “One thing we’ve done this year, in addition to DJ Ra (Raul Reguino ’11) is we invite guest DJs such as Stereo Love.”
The addition of guest artists and change in location from Poet’s Alley to the area surrounding the gym gives techno enthusiasts lighting and better sound, free from outside interference.
Techno Tuesday lives on and will still continue to increase the beat as they grow.