Abigail Vitaliano | April 3, 2017
For his third annual "Rokerthon" weatherman and reporter for the Today Show, Al Roker, broke Guinness World Records with five college campuses. Loyola University Maryland was one of the lucky schools chosen.
Loyola was chosen to break the record for most individuals crab walking for two minutes straight. Simultaneously, Al Roker was to report the weather. During this time different student groups were allowed to perform.
The Ukulele Club was specifically asked to not only play on national television, but to go to the airport to welcome Al Roker to Baltimore. The club traveled to BWI with other student groups and played a few songs as Roker Walked off of the plane.
The atmosphere at the airport was electric. Students crowded Roker with a sea of green and loud sounds cheering about Loyola. This "Welcome to Loyola" was the epitome of school spirit.