Since 1968 The Cornell Hangovers have been the official a cappella subset of the Cornell University Glee Club.
The “Hangs” sing quite a wide variety of musical styles including jazz, pop, traditional choral, as well as several original compositions and parodies. All of their arrangements are created by current members and alumni of the group, and the group is entirely student run.
The Cornell Hangovers
Thursday, March 30
No Tickets Necessary/Admission by Donation at the Door
The name is taken from the title that was given to fifth-year students in Cornell’s five-year architecture and engineering programs of the ’60s. After their fourth (senior) year, students in these programs had to hang over an additional year to complete their degrees. The name, of course, has no other real connotations.