Dance Battle Breaks Out In The Back Of BJC Floor

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Can now confirm: the BJC is ~lit~ at any time during THON.

RAM Squad, a freestyle hip-hop organization at Penn State, took to the floor at THON with just a boombox and a circle formed, meaning only one thing — dance battle.

(photo: Cori Bugenhagen | Onward State)

The circle included a number of different styles, including what one of staff members described as “wacking, locking, popping, and b-boy moves.”

(photo: Joe Whitman | Onward State)

RAM Squad is used to performing in front of large crowds. They’ve had appearances at THON in the past as well as taking the HUB by storm with a flash mob.

Many of the dancers crowded around the circle, making it the main attraction in the building even as a performance happened on stage.

Photo By: Joe Whitman
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