PHOTO GALLERY: Sorority Shenanigans

Sophomore Taylar Wood of Nashville plays Wendy in Delta Zeta’s Shenanigans performance Tuesday, Oct. 3. Delta Zeta and Alpha Tau Omega went on to place 3rd in the competition that night.

On Tuesday, Oct. 3, Kappa Delta sorority hosted its annual philanthropy event “Shenanigans” at the Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center. Sororities and fraternities pair up and compete against one another with the choreographed dances to medleys of popular tunes. The event raised money for Prevent Child Abuse America and the Family Enrichment Center in Bowling Green. 

The dancers are produced and choreographed by members of the sororities and fraternities and often take hours of work for the various organizations. Ashley Robinson, a sophomore from Nashville, helped choreograph Alpha Omicron Pi’s dance. “This group has been awesome to work with…it’s been so hectic and time-consuming, but it has been so much fun,” Robinson said.

Alpha Omicron Pi went on to win first place. its third consecutive win.