Hip-Hop dance workshop will teach students new grooves with friends

Photo courtesy of BASU

By Kyree Walker

In celebration of black history month, Grand Rapids Community College is hosting several inclusive events located on campus, one of those being a Hip-Hop dance workshop.

The workshop will be taught by instructor Yesenia Gomez. Gomez has been dancing for over 10 years and even owns her own business called Vizions Dance.  

The workshop will aim to bring together any student “who loves to dance or is looking to attend their first dance class” says Tyrell Jackson, the  Black Africana Student Union President and one of the event’s organizers. This event will be hosted by the Office of Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion along with the BASU. 

Water will be provided to keep students hydrated.

“I would just say it’s going to be a great time with good vibes and moves!” Jackson said.

The workshop will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 13 from 12:30-2:00 p.m. in Wisner-Bottrall Applied Technology Center, in Room 120. Students do not need to purchase a ticket or RSVP for this event.  

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