Grace Hall becomes living music video

By Jake Verterano
September 11, 2008

“I had no idea I was going to a giant orgy,” Michaela Enriquez, junior human resource major, said.

The “giant orgy” Enriquez speaks of was CAP Board’s presentation of the Video Dance on Aug. 28 in Grace Hall.

This innovative concept included two video screens that showed music videos by the artists on them. In addition to the awesome music videos playing, a camera man creeped around the dance and shot scenes of people dancing that projected onto a screen.

“I actually had a lot of fun,” Eliot Bartlett, sophomore history major, said. “However, no one would dance with me.”

Hoardes of loud, excited and intoxicated students came to the dance to rock out to some of their favorite songs. The DJ played everything from “A Milli” by Lil’ Wayne to “Wannabe” by the Spice Girls.

“Rocking out to Spice Girls was definitely a highlight of the dance for me,” Lindsay Buckley, junior education major, said. “Either that, or watching my friends fall all over the dance floor. They’re so funny, but in a totally HOT way!”

The dance was designed to be an event to give students something fun to do on campus. It’s no secret that Cabrini is lacking in events students are actually interested in going to. The dance actually turned out to be quite a success.

CAP board’s next event will be an open mic night on Sept. 11 where students can come to show off their talents.

The dances at Cabrini have also been a big way to raise some money for organizations.

Students came rushing into the dance throughout the night and shook their groove things on the dance floor.

The dance did have it’s share of unruly students who were taking clothes off and gyrating on the floor, but chaperones were on hand to keep everything in order.

Despite the unruliness, the video dance left many people with smiles on their faces and plenty of embarrassing photos for facebook tagging.

“I felt like a glamazon,” Jen Stuart, junior business administration major, said. “I loved being inappropriate with my friends at the dance.”

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