Greek Groove, a dance competition between UNC’s Panhellenic sororities, will be held in Memorial Hall Wednesday, March 6 at 7 p.m. The proceeds from this event will go to the Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders (CEED).
Approaching its ninth year on campus, Greek Groove has grown to be a huge event for the Panhellenic community. Ashton Edge, vice president of special events for UNC’s Panhellenic Council, has been involved in Greek Groove since her first year on campus and has become increasingly more involved each year. Now a junior, she says that this year has been an especially rewarding experience.
“I would have to say that planning this year’s event has been my favorite experience thus far,” Edge said. “I have been able to see chapters’ performances develop from an idea to an amazing choreographed routine, full of personality and excitement. It’s been a really fun and memorable process.”
Edge believes the event is a source of pride for many in the Panhellenic community because all of the proceeds are donated to CEED.
“I think that people participate in this event because, not only is it a really fun experience, but it also benefits a great organization and a cause that affects so many, and one that many of our members feel passionate about supporting," Edge said.