Students, staff, and faculty members at The University of Tennessee at Martin got a chance to feel the rhythm Tuesday night, as they enjoyed a Night of Dance.
"A Night of Dance, A Reflection of African-American Culture" was performed by the Skyhawk Dance Team, along with members of the Interfraternity Council, the College Panhellenic Council, and the National Pan-Hellenic Council.
The night transcended both decades and dance genres in each performance. The performing students borrowed traditional and modern dance elements from African-American culture to produce a flavorful show that left the audience grooving in their seats.
Despite several members of the Skyhawk Dance Team facing illness during one of their performances, the show went on. The evening culminated with a stomp, as members of greek life put on a greek unity step.
IFC, CPC, and NPHC members took the stage and the aisles to display a form of dance, called "stepping".
"A Night of Dance" took place in Watkins Auditorium at UTM's University Center at 7pm.