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BYU-Idaho offers many dance workshops, including, Latin, swing and breakdancing classes. These free, weekly breakdancing workshops are taught by BYU-Idaho’s experienced breakdancers. These workshops are held every Friday from 8 p.m.-10 p.m. in the John W. Hart Auditorium, room 234. All are welcomed to attend.
“The first hour is instructional and the coaches show the class a few basic moves,” said Peter Gray, a freshman majoring in general studies. “Later they break off into smaller groups where students are able to practice what they learned and also get one-on-one instructing from the coaches.”
Gray said dancing is his favorite way to get involved on campus.
“This has been going on for a long time,” said Sarah Campbell, a junior studying art. “There are a lot of people that have learned everything about breakdancing by coming to these classes.”
She said she noticed a “huge improvement” in students’ breakdancing skills as they regularly attend the workshops.
Campbell is also a member of Bangarang, a breakdancing group in Rexburg.
“Most of the students in this group learned their breakdancing skills by attending the weekly workshop taught on the BYU-Idaho campus,” Cambell said. “They believe breakdancing is a form of art in which an individual can express themselves while having fun.”
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