Months before the curtains rise on All-University Sing, lots of unseen work goes into choosing the themes for each group performing at the event.
How does each group maintain its tried and true moves while keeping the audience and judges captivated? Some groups stick to their signature moves, while others try to spice the old moves up with new techniques.
All-University Sing is back after being canceled last year due to COVID-19. The longtime Baylor tradition is set to be held over two weekends from Feb. 17 to Feb. 26 at Waco Hall.
All-University Sing is held before spring break every year. Any club or organization chartered and recognized by Baylor University may take part in Sing. All acts proposed for performance must abide by university policy regarding propriety and sensitivity for campus and community presentations, as reflected by costumes, themes, music, makeup, movement and choreography.
All-University Sing has maintained significant traditions throughout its 69 years of production. Alumni shared some of the differences they have noticed across time.
Baylor students are hoping the plan for Saturday gets changed to allow people to attend both Sing and the top-10 matchup.
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