By Frantasia Walden and Asia Cobbs
The Delta’s animated performance landed them in first place for the sorority division of the step show competition and the undefeated Iota’s, for the second year in a row, on point performance, landed them in first place for the fraternities.
The Clash of the Titans homecoming Greek and social fellowship step show took place Friday Oct. 26 at 8 p.m. followed by an after party in the Manuel Rivero Gym ending at 4 a.m.
The Delta’s animated performance was a circus act. They had a clown, a ringmaster, a tricycle and painted each performers face with paint and glitter. They were in deep character with their costumes and acts. The audience was well entertained and as a result, the ladies won gold.
The step show featured Delta Sigma Theta sorority Inc., Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc., Kappa Kappa Psi National Honorary Band Fraternity Inc., Tau Beta Sigma National Honorary Band Sorority Inc., Iota Phi Theta Fraternity Inc. and Swing Phi Swing Social Fellowship, Inc.
Delta soror, Randee Dunston said her Delta sisters were so overjoyed with winning the competition.The momentum was set high for the males because last year the Iota’s ripped the stage. However, the Iota’s well coordinated and creative Mission Impossible act resulted in them being undefeated and labeled the champions for a second year in a row.
“Yeah baby, we won,” said Iota Musashi Ellis, Lincoln University alumnus.
Placing in second and third place for the sororities/fellowships were Swing Phi Swing and Tau Beta Sigma. For the fraternities Kappa Kappa Psi landed in second and the Sigma’s landed in third place.
“All the late nights paid off, thank goodness,” Delta, Dawn Jackson said.
The step show also had two special guests that performed. Lincoln’s Onyx Dance Troupe and the Omega Phi Psi Greek fraternity inc.
“For this to be my last homecoming as an undergrad, I enjoyed the step show a lot” said senior, Ashley Williams.
“The Step show was a good source of entertainment, but I felt like last year there was more competition,” said a current student.