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Lincoln University Non-Greek Annual Step Show

Annually at Lincoln University, Greek organizations and social fellowships come togethet to hold the non-greek step show.

This year the event was held in the Cultural Center on campus, Thursday April 11, 2013 at 6:00 p. The cost to participate in this event was $3.00, and students came out to support.

Marshayla Kinsel and Kyle Kelly hosted the event, and kept the crowd of students excited.

"When I was asked to host the non-greek step show, I could not turn it down. I love hosting different events on campus, and I knew this one would be lots of fun," Marshayla Kinsel said.

The show consisted of four different groups of students that represented their individual resident halls. The halls that participated were, Apartment Style Living, Frederick Douglas, Hansberry, and Ashmun Hall. Three of the resident halls are freshman head quarters while Apartment Style Living is where the upperclassman reside.

Kyle Kelly said, "All four of the step teams did an excellent job! I was very impressed."

All four of the teams were given an old cartoon show that they had to reinact during their routine, and were coached by the greek and social fellowship members on campus.

Frederick Douglas was assigned Rocket Power, Apartment Style Living, was Monsters Inc., Hansberry performed Aliza and The Thornberries, and Ashmun had the Rugrats. Each routine was 3-4 minutes long.

There was also an intermission performance from a high school step team from Coatesville, Pennsylvania. This step team was very skilled and impressive. The crowd loved them, and they were taught by men of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc.

However, Frederick Douglas residence hall took home the title and the trophy with their jaw dropping performance.

Roy Burke said, "These guys worked so hard, and they really wanted this. I'm so proud of them, and I am proud to say that I taught and mentored them."

And Hansberry Hall took second place. It was a great production, and students look forward to seeing it next year.

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