Michigan Law Culture Show, Oct. 29, 2015

Hosts Eric A. Cox II, Mike Brown, Phillip K. Turner, and Erica Lee. Lee also was an APALSA Cultural Committee chair, along with Brittany Chiang and Rasmeet Singh.

Michigan Law Culture Show, Oct. 29, 2015

APALSA members mimic moves from a K-Pop artist's music video. Performers: Stacie Cho, David Park, Eve Nguyen, Joan Martinez, Dayna Chikamoto, Rasmeet Singh, Soojin Cha, Dan Cho, Ji-Won Lim, and Christina Wong. Special appearance by Shinyoung Hwang and Ann-Ju Liu.

Michigan Law Culture Show, Oct. 29, 2015

The Black Law Students Association (BLSA) went way back to iconic television and music from the '70s, '80s, and '90s, up to the present. Here, Calyssa Lawyer and Christian Carey take on Michael Jackson's "Thriller."

Michigan Law Culture Show, Oct. 29, 2015

In the BLSA performance, Omotunde Okesanya and Nicholas Zlevor dance to the theme song of the TV show Martin.

Michigan Law Culture Show, Oct. 29, 2015

BLSA members performing a multi-song set include Christian Carey, Calyssa Lawyer, Shavon Henry, Johannah Walker, Phillip Turner, Omotunde Okesanya, Jordan Lewis, Nicholas Zlevor, Sam Edandison, LaToya Felton, and Lakshmi Gopal. Mylan Traylor did the audio and visuals.

Michigan Law Culture Show, Oct. 29, 2015

Anwesha Banerjee sings a dramatic Bollywood number from the 2002 film Devdas.

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For the Middle Eastern Law Students Association performance, Abraham Matsui and Christian Carey perform "Hip Hop Arabic Drum."

Michigan Law Culture Show, Oct. 29, 2015

Christian Carey dances while Abraham Matsui (not pictured) plays a drum in a performance titled "Hip Hop Arabic Drum."

Michigan Law Culture Show, Oct. 29, 2015

The Headnotes, the Law School's a cappella group, performed three songs. Taking center stage are Zach Anderson, Katherine Lewis, and Ki Hoon Kim.

Michigan Law Culture Show, Oct. 29, 2015

The Headnotes, the Law School's a cappella group, performed "Lighthouse," "Stacy's Mom," and "All of Me," here featuring Katherine Lewis and Ki Hoon Kim.

Michigan Law Culture Show, Oct. 29, 2015

TJ Hooper & The Learned Hands rocks the house. The band members are Mark McLoughlin, Harrison Wolstein, Mike Garcia, Rob Meyer, and Jason Levin. The band name references a tugboat and the judge in a well-known torts case.

Michigan Law Culture Show, Oct. 29, 2015

TJ Hooper & The Learned Hands rocks the house. The band members are Mark McLoughlin, Harrison Wolstein, Mike Garcia, Rob Meyer, and Jason Levin. The band name references a tugboat and the judge in a well-known torts case.

Michigan Law Culture Show, Oct. 29, 2015

The Latino Law Students Association performs a combination of salsa and rueda de casino, a form of salsa square dance developed in Cuba. Performers: Luis Arias, Jesus Narvaez, Pablo Remirez, Kash Khan, Rebeca Ontiveros, Caitlin Dean, Emily Talmich, and Serena Ross.

Michigan Law Culture Show, Oct. 29, 2015

The Latino Law Students Association performs a combination of salsa and rueda de casino, a form of salsa square dance developed in Cuba. Performers: Luis Arias, Jesus Narvaez, Pablo Remirez, Kash Khan, Rebeca Ontiveros, Caitlin Dean, Emily Talmich, and Serena Ross.

Michigan Law Culture Show, Oct. 29, 2015

Co-hosts Eric A. Cox II and Erica Lee.

Michigan Law Culture Show, Oct. 29, 2015

Faculty and deans break it down in a performance to the Quad City DJ’s "Space Jam": Senior Assistant Dean Sarah Zearfoss; Assistant Dean David Baum; Professor Beth Wilensky; Director of Student Services Darren Nealy; Professor Alicia Davis; and Assistant Dean Jeremy Bloom.

Michigan Law Culture Show, Oct. 29, 2015

The South Asian Law Students Association performs songs from the South Asian subcontinent. Performers: Sachiko Schuricht, Deeva Shah, Kathryn DeLong, Nikhil Shah, Jennifer Nelson, Emily Kan, Nikita Mehta, Victoria Leung, Amanda Urban, and Dana Ziegler.

Michigan Law Culture Show, Oct. 29, 2015

From right, hosts Eric A. Cox II, Mike Brown, and Phillip K. Turner present flowers to APALSA Cultural Committee Chairs Brittany Chiang, Erica Lee, and Rasmeet Singh.

COLORFUL CHAOS  The 7th Annual Culture Show, themed "I Want My MTV," continued the tradition of celebrating the Law School's diversity. The organizers say the show is an example of the "colorful chaos" that comes from bringing us together as Wolverines and as unique individuals within the Law Quadrangle. The annual show is presented by the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association (APALSA).

Photos by Caroline Hurd and Tina Yu.

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