Sycamore Sync is a Homecoming tradition where student organizations from across campus perform in a dance competition. In the past Sycamore Sync was known for its lip-syncing contest, but this year student groups had to incorporate an assigned dance to create more of a challenge to their choreography. Using the theme, “Sycamore Nation,” the teams performed to music from the past and present. Fourteen teams participated in the competition.
This is event is always a success and a lot of fun for spectators and performers. Sydney McQueary, a sophomore, is in the sorority Alpha Chi Omega which was paired with the
Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity.
“Sycamore Sync was one of the highlights of my semester,” McQueary said. “It really helped me to get involved at ISU, and I made so many friendships by participating in it. It was a lot of time and hard work but it was all worth it.”
At the end of the competition, Zeta Tau Alpha, Pi Kappa Phi and Sigma Tau Gamma took the first place award, Gamma Phi Beta and Lambda Chi Alpha came in second, and Chi Omega, Delta Sigma Phi and Phi Kappa Psi came in third.