Club of the week: Kinetic Edge

By Sarah Massey
Special to the Comment

Kinetic Edge hip hop club is a group of talented hip hop dancers that represent BSU at various on and off campus performances, basketball games, homecoming and competitions with other universities.
They work hard and spend a lot of time putting together dances that are both student choreographed and outside guest choreographed.
Kinetic Edge is a great way to get involved at BSU, as well as make amazing friends. You are pushed and challenged to become a better dancer and showcase your accomplishments to an audience. There are great leadership opportunities, including holding positions like President, Vice President and Secretary.
We meet in the Burnell dance studios every Monday from 6 to 10 p.m., and occasional Sunday practices from 6 to 10 p.m. as well.
Interested students should like our page on Facebook (Bridgewater State University’s Hip Hop Team: Kinetic Edge) and check out our page on the IN Network. All of the information is on there so you can contact the President for info and with any questions you have. Auditions are held every year at the beginning of September.

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