VarCity SF’s Homecoming

Contemporary pieces, hip-hop solos and acapella performances brought life to Koret’s Hagan Gym. Last Saturday, VarCity SF, the University of San Francisco’s hip-hop dance club, performed in their annual Homecoming event. A total of 18 dances were presented by about 20 talented members of VarCity SF, along with several guest performances. Large dances, such as the opener, “We The Ones: VarCity SF,” featured every member, sporting their matching maroon tops, dancing to a remix of hits from artists like Lil Mama and E-40. Their lively hip-hop pieces made the crowd in the bleachers holler and cheer for their peers’ impressive moves. Solos were also a hit, as Lem Manalo showed off his talents in the isolation technique of his piece, “The Company.” USF’s acapella team, 6, performed at intermission, singing pop favorites like “Closer” by The Chainsmokers and “Stay” by Alessia Cara. The hosts, sophomores Juan Pablo Palabrica and Robert Macaibay, introduced the dances, gave hilarious commentary and performed small skits between performances to keep the audience entertained.


In coordinating yellow outfits, Marium Sossouadouno 20’, Tonie Shannon 21’ and Kristen Williams 21’ performed “Be Careful”. Victoria Hunt/FOGHORN


Marilyn Cruz, senior computer science major, choreographed “Thoughts in My Mind.” Victoria Hunt/FOGHORN

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