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BREAKING: Whiffenpoofs break with all-male tradition

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Whiffenpoofs break with all-male tradition

In 1909, five Yale men came together to form a group of gentlemen songsters, the Whiffenpoofs.

But 109 years later, the world’s oldest collegiate a cappella group is no longer an all-male show. In the early hours of Tuesday morning, Sofía Campoamor ’19 became the first female singer ever to be admitted to the Whiffenpoofs.

In an emphatic break with tradition, Yale’s senior-only singing groups Whiffenpoofs and Whim ’n Rhythm announced their decision to consider accepting singers of all gender in a joint Facebook post on Feb. 1. Also tucked into the announcement were pledges by both groups to collaborate more in music and further integrate their business operations.

Campoamor, who sings Soprano in her current all-gender a cappella group, the Mixed Company, told the News that she is excited about the opportunity and grateful for the efforts of non-male singers who came before her.

“I hope that my joining the Whiffs will energize the conversation around senior a cappella,” Campoamor said. “I think it’s only the beginning – I don’t think we have finished creating an equitable and inclusive system for all senior a cappella singers.”


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