February 17, 2013 at 9:48 AM
Eating, walking, throwing a ball around, and even playing with inflatable monkeys are just some of the methods organizations are using to keep their energy up.
At times when music was not being played, some found it difficult to stay focused on continuing on. Some people dozed off in their chairs.
Cancer Drives Us Bananas turned heads with moving their inflatable monkeys with the beat of the music. Albert Knobloch (freshman – psychology) said his group wanted to do something a little different.
For others who stayed awake, the break in the music meant it was time to snack.
Members of Gammacacia took the opportunity to walk around the concourse. Both Jeff Condit (sophomore – economics) and Thomas Flemming (sophomore – supply chain management) agreed that not staying in one place helped them stay awake.
Others were confused at why there was no music at one point. Jaclyn O’Connor (freshman – undecided) said there was a lull during the Alpha Omega Step Team’s performance.
“It was hard to tell if anything was going on,” said the Pillar member.
Karly Gordon (freshman – communication sciences and disorders) said she only knew there was something going on because she was looking at the stage.
The line dance eventually got the crowd back dancing again.