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Flash Mob Rocks HUB

At 12:10pm sharp, a large congregation of students spontaneously busted out into dance in front of the HUB on Wednesday.  Dancers in the flash mob synchronized choreography to “I Want You Back” by Jackson 5 from a large iHome sound system as spectators enjoyed the stress-relieving entertainment. The mob only lasted for about five minutes; not really a enough time to use as an excuse to skip the last day of class, but still a great time. As with most flash mobs, the purpose of this one was nothing more than providing a break from the ordinary and having some fun. According to the Penn State Flash Mob group on Facebook, you can expect more flash mobs in future semesters. Check out the play by play of photographs from start to finish.

Spectators waiting anxiously for the mob to begin.

Lead dancer gathers the attention of the crowd to kick off the flash mob.

Random freeze pose during the song.

Finale pose.

Friends congratulate each other on a successful flash mob.

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Shawn Inglima

Penn State Alumni with a degree in Journalism and English. Currently an intern at the New York Daily News.

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