Greek Week came to a close with the College Pan-Hellenic Council’s (CPC) annual step show Tuesday night, which donated all proceeds to the Partnership Cancer Fund.
Each sorority presented a fun theme to their performances. From Kappa Delta’s “Insane Asylum” to Phi Mu’s “Ballin Out” theme, the audience enjoyed the show and some were even surprised at the sororities’ step skills.
“I really enjoyed the show, each sorority did something different,” Breyanah Watson, sophomore childhood education major, said. “You can tell that everyone was really having fun with it.”
First up was Chi Omega who followed the classic “Twilight Zone” theme.
They also included traditional steps and stepped to different genres from hip hop to dance. The Chi’s also used umbrellas in their routine.
Kappa Deltas also performed with straitjackets and gymnastics as well.
Students enjoyed the Kappa Deltas and their routine. “It was appealing to see them dance with the straitjackets,” Amber Williams, sophomore anthropology major, said. “I don’t think I’ve ever seen that before.”
Kappa Delta member and junior communications major Holly Smith was happy with her sorority’s performance.
“It was great to be a part of,” she said.
VSU’s newest sorority, Alpha Sigma Alpha, performed during the halftime show while the judges calculated the scores.
Phi Mu performed second, taking home the first place trophy and a $1000 cash prize to their philanthropy, The Children’s Network.
The sorority went with a basketball theme and incorporated gymnastics into their routine.
Phi Mu also previously won the homecoming step show in October.
Alpha Delta Pi took home second place with their “P90X” themed performance and also $500 dollars to their charity of choice.
Third place was Chi Omega with their “Crunk Fest” theme; the sorority won $200 dollars towards their philanthropy.