Baylor students join ‘Harlem Shake’ craze
The Today Show has done one. Ditto for The Daily Show and The Colbert Report. Even my great-aunt’s retirement community has shared their version online. So you knew it was just a matter of time until Baylor students got in on the act — and when they did, they did it with style.
More than 100 Baylor students gathered at the Judge Baylor statue to perform their version of the Harlem Shake, a 30-second dance that has gone viral across the Internet. (For more background, here’s what Wikipedia has to say about the craze.) Here’s what these students came up with:
In the approximately 60 hours since the video was posted, it has already been viewed more than 43,000 times. (And if you enjoyed that, check out Baylor Theatre’s version, straight from their production of the 1950s-era play “Born Yesterday.”)
Sic ’em, Baylor students!
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