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Raghu attends former Roadies contestants


Former Roadies contestants from two different seasons - Mohit Saggar and Roop Bhinder recently tied the knot, and their wedding was attended by none other than the then judge Raghu.

Mohit was one of the contestants on the show's eighth season, while Roopwas seen showing her daredevil skills during the sixth season of the show. Though they had nothing to do with each other then, love had to happen between them in the real world and now they are happily married to each other.

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Raghu took to Instagram to share the couple's pictures and wrote, "Can't believe how lovely this moment feels! I first saw this girl auditioning for The 1st Roadies Battleground! And now I'm here when she's embarking on a new phase of her life. The beautiful bride, Roop!! #RoadiesWedding."

He also shared a picture of the groom with the follwing caption, "I have been in so many bizarre situations with @mohitsaggar & @suchit07 over the years! You all have loved watching them too. But this is up there with the most unexpected!

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Missouri Western’s theatre department has taken on many big productions throughout the years. “The Producers,” “Urinetown” and “Godspell” are just a few of the big musicals to hit Potter Hall’s stage, and for the Spring 2017 season, they are tackling the 80s in their production of “The Wedding Singer.”

The musical debuted on Broadway in 2006 and is based on the hit 1998 Adam Sandler movie of the same name. The story revolves around Robbie Hart, an entertaining wedding singer who gets left at the alter by his fiancé. Devastated and humiliated, he is befriended by a waitress, Julia, who works at a reception hall where he regularly performs. She enlists his help to plan her wedding, but things become confusing when he begins to fall in love with her. The production is largely a comedy with a few serious moments mixed in. Cast member Cecilia Tackett, who plays Linda, hopes that after the last few more serious productions, this one will be a straightforward good time.

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“It’s a very fun show set in the 80s – it’s a really fun experience to go through,” Tackett said. “Everybody in the show is having a great time with it. The whole entire cast is becoming a big family.”

The cast is ready and the show is drawing near. However, it took a lot of work to get there. Cast members had rehearsals from 7:00-10:00 p.m., five days a week, learning the choreography, lines and music of the production. While it is a lot of work, cast member Raven Reed, who plays Holly, says it’s rewarding.

“It’s challenging, it’s fast, it’s upbeat, it’s not really repetitive,” Reed said. “The choreography was awesomely intense. It was like ‘dang, this is cool, this is awesome.'”

They reserved up to four rooms every night in Potter for the different aspects of the production like vocals. Cast members would rotate, learning their different parts and working on schoolwork. When one considers other parts of the production like set design and costumes, there is a lot that goes into it.

The show opens on April 21 and runs through the 23, and then it runs again the next weekend on the 28-29. You can purchase advance tickets by going online to or by heading to the box office in Potter Hall. This is a show that you don’t want to miss.

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Sexist Dress Code Forces San Antonio High School Student to Change


Now that it's getting warmer, schools are cracking down on what students are wearing more than ever. Unfortunately, as we've seen time and time again, this can lead to sexist dress codes that target female students unfairly.

On top of that viral prom dress code poster, which received major backlash, and United Airlines' discriminatory leggings ban, there's been yet another instance of a female student getting kicked out of class for how she is dressed, reports Yahoo Style.

According to the site, the vice principal of Tom C. Clark High School in San Antonio, Texas asked Sophia Abuabara to change her striped long-sleeved dress, deeming the length inappropriate. Her mother Rosey posted a video on Facebook recounting the experience. "They shamed my daughter. She called me crying saying that they asked her to change because her skirt was too short," she explained.

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Rosey also took to Instagram to post a photo of a male student, who was wearing a muscle tank with a pair of shorts, and pointed out that he was exposing the same amount of skin as her daughter, if not more. The male student responded, writing: "Hello! I’m the guy in that picture. (idk how I feel about people taking pictures of me but thanks for blurring my face at least). I think it’s important to note the context of my clothing. I didn’t wear that around school all day, those were my workout clothes and I changed before going to the weight room after school."

This prompted a back-and-forth exchange between the two parties with Sophia's mother calling out the school's "sexist" practices. "Yeah, we blurred your face. We are not picking on you specifically, but really wanted to point out that there are boys that dress this way at school. Lots of guys use ‘chubbies,’ which are shorter than my daughter’s skirt,” she commented on Instagram. “I’m sure you’re seen them around. (Again, not you personally) boys can wear shorts to school in 100 degree weather, and the girls cannot. That’s just sexist.” Rosie makes a great point that the same dress code rules should apply to female and male students. We only wish more administrators would pay attention.

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