“The step show was outstanding. Every year it’s something different that catches my attention," said Savannah State student Brianna Taylor.
The Greeks on campus helped Savannah State start their homecoming weekend off with a bang Friday night in Tiger Arena. The arena was filled to the brim with Savannah State students, alumni, and their families, anticipating a superb show from the Greeks, and they were not disappointed.
Everybody who was a Greek represented their fraternity or sorority, with their signature colors, dances, and chants. It was a night to remember.
“My favorite part was when the Kappas did their stroll. It was so smooth, I loved it," says Savannah State alumni Ashley Brown.
All the Greeks worked hard to show how creative they can be in their performance. The Sigmas stepped blindfolded, the Kappas did their well-known stroll while doing a shirtless human pyramid, and others had entire acting routines.
“I think tonight was a success. I feel like all of us represented ourselves well. And it looked like everybody had a good time," said alum Curtis Freeman.
Overall, there have been nothing but good reactions to the step show. Everyone seemed to enjoy themselves, and the Sigmas took home the trophy.