Alpha Sigma Tau hosted its eleventh annual Mock Rock April 11, selling out Holloway Hall to raise over $11,900 for its philanthropy organization, One Love.
One Love is a nonprofit dedicated to ending violence and abuse in relationships, according to host Gabrielle Marine, who was joined by two other sorority members. The competition was judged by Professor Brenda Short, AST President Caroline Bandelin and Vice President of Community Relations Alexis Bourassa.
Salisbury University's Greek Life organizations, club soccer and the SU Poms Dance Team went head-to-head in choreographed dances, each group competing to the tune of a different pop music mash-up.
AST set the stage, performing first with dozens of members showing off props and costume changes. Sigma Pi showed its unity with AST by brandishing the two organizations' flags and the letters "A," "S" and "T," as well as an anchor, painted on a handful of its members.
Club soccer danced in coordinated white and black shirts then carried out supersized Greek letters to support the sorority.
Kappa Sigma gained a dancer since last year's showcase, with a team of four putting its all into the routine.
Reigning champion Delta Gamma brought out feather boas and a ladder for "Bop to the Top" from "High School Musical," before unveiling a painted tapestry declaring love for its fellow sorority.
AST crowned one winner from each the men's and women's organizations, as well as an overall fundraising winner.
Even the audience was showered with prizes, several students winning raffled coolers hand-painted by the Greek organizations.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon raised the most money last year but was beat out by Sigma Phi Epsilon, which drove in $2,557.
SAE walked away with the title of winning men's organization, sharing the honors with the winning women's organization, Zeta Tau Alpha.
By BEES BEESLEY
Featured image courtesy of Alpha Sigma Tau's Instagram.