Students from Harris Hall wear light blue shirts and perform at Songfest
Students from "AlaDobbs" wear yellow shirts and cheer at Songfest
Students from Complex hold up the 2019 trophy
Students wearing pink t-shirts perform at Songfest
A student leaps in the air as he dances at Songfest
Dooley and three students wearing black and sunglasses make an appearance at Songfest
Students from Complex wear black t-shirts and perform a song and dance at Songfest
Students from Raoul Hall wear maroon t-shirts and perform at Songfest
Students wearing light blue t-shirts perform at Songfest
Swoop congratulates Complex for winning Songfest
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Photos: Songfest unites first-year Emory students

Aug. 31, 2021

Woodruff PE Center was filled with excitement Aug. 26, as first-year students competed in Songfest, a beloved Emory tradition where students from each residence hall perform an original song about their new home.

Judged by Emory administrators, the competition is fierce but friendly, and practicing and performing together is a great way for students to start making friends in their residence halls. This was the first time students got to participate since 2019.

Swoop, Emory's official eagle mascot, and Dooley, the university's skeletal spirit of misrule, were on hand to enjoy the competition.

This year's winner — for the second consecutive year — is the Complex, the housing community made up of Hopkins, Smith and Thomas halls.