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Comedian Ronnie Jordan

  • SEB provided Dominoes for students that attended the event
    SEB provided Dominoes for students that attended the event
  • SEB hands out pizza, wings, and beverages for students to enjoy
    SEB hands out pizza, wings, and beverages for students to enjoy
  • Students converse before Ronnie Jordan comes out
    Students converse before Ronnie Jordan comes out
  • Ronnie Jordan takes the stage to begin his stand-up comedy routine
    Ronnie Jordan takes the stage to begin his stand-up comedy routine
  • Ronnie used lots of jokes that WAC students could relate to
    Ronnie used lots of jokes that WAC students could relate to
  • Ronnie starts his stand-up routine with some light jokes
    Ronnie starts his stand-up routine with some light jokes
  • The crowd shares laughs as they listen to Ronnie Jordan’s jokes
    The crowd shares laughs as they listen to Ronnie Jordan’s jokes
  • Ronnie shares some funny experiences of his that sparked laughter among students
    Ronnie shares some funny experiences of his that sparked laughter among students

Location: The Egg

April 04, 2018
SEB hosted comedian Ronnie Jordan for a laughter-filled night. Dominoes’ pizza and wings were provided to all students who attended the event.

On Wednesday, April 4th, SEB hosted Ronnie Jordan, a stand up comedian from Atlanta, Georgia, who has performed at colleges, clubs, and international military bases. Ronnie Jordan has been featured on BET’s Comic View, and is currently a comedian on WE TV’s “Bossip.” Ronnie has shared performance dates with famous stand-up comedians such as Kevin Hart and Dave Chappelle, and has averaged about 80 college performances a year for the past 4 years.

Ronnie Jordan travelled for 10 hours to come perform at WAC. Students laughed at Jordan’s hour and a half long stand-up comedy routine, while they enjoyed Domino’s pizza and wings provided by SEB. Jordan told many jokes that students could relate to, like being broke in college or funny things that happened to everyone in highschool. Ronnie Jordan ended his routine with an opportunity for students to take pictures with him and ask him questions.


Last modified on Apr. 10th at 10:23am by Nick Blake.