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Student a cappella groups come together for special performance

On Friday, April 10, students in the Emory a cappella groups took a break from their studies and united for "Barenaked Voices: Twelfth Annual Emory Student A Cappella Celebration." This yearly performance celebrates the talent within each group, including AHANA, Aural Pleasure, ChaiTunes, Dooley Noted, Emory Concert Choir, The Gathering and No Strings Attached.

All proceeds from the performance benefit Helpline and Active Minds, student groups that work to reduce stigma, provide support to, and literally save the lives of fellow students who may be struggling with mental illness or who may be stressed out and need someone to listen. Students in these two groups are trained, supervised, or advised by professional staff from Emory University Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS). Students on the Helpline do their work in complete anonymity. Together these dedicated individuals are using their gifts to improve mental health and wellness at Emory.

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