Spotlight on Clubs: 808s
The 808s on the Westchester Campus are more than just a stellar step team—they are a family that encourages students to follow the beat of their own drum and express themselves through rhythm and dance. Don’t miss a beat by reading up on the team in this Q&A!
You may know the 808s Step Team from their electric performances on the Westchester Campus, including their show-stopping routine that won them first place at the Step and Stroll competition during Homecoming 2015. Since 2011, they have been injecting rhythm, movement, and the art of step dance across campus and invite students to join their family whether through busting a move or offering support at events.
Step behind the curtain in this Q&A with 808s President Ashley Hinkson as the team gears up to compete for the first place title again at Step and Stroll on Thursday, October 8, at 9:30 p.m. in the Goldstein Fitness Center.
Q: What makes your club unique to Pace?
A: The 808s Step Team is unique to Pace because we were the first step team on campus and we bring creativity as well as a new style of dance.
Q: What’s one of your proudest moments as a club?
A: One of our proudest moments was when we won first place at the Step and Stroll competition for homecoming.
Q: Why should people join your club?
A: Students should join our club because we have a family environment and we welcome anyone to our team regardless of their background.
Q: What signature events and achievements are you known for?
A: We are known for performing at other organizations' events. Our first event we are performing at this semester is homecoming’s Step and Stroll competition.
Q: If you could describe your club in a few words, what would they be?
A: The 808s step team is fun, energetic, and family oriented!
Q: What are the goals of the club?
A: Our goal is to have a great and open environment so that people can be comfortable and share ideas.
Q: How can students or spectators get involved?
A: Students and spectators can get involved by showing support for us at events, contacting the executive board about joining our club, and attending our meetings/practices.
Q: Anything else you’d like to share!
A: Anyone can step! It doesn’t matter if you have a dance background or not. We are always happy to have new members and to teach new steps.
Learn more about the 808s on OrgSync.
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