Tag: graduation

10 Dance-Related Quotes to Decorate Your Grad Cap

Congrats, soon-to-be graduate! You’ve finished your exams, conquered your final papers, and taken your bows for your end-of-year performances. All that you have left to do is dance across the stage and accept your diploma. Here are 10 quotes and sayings to adorn your grad cap. Not allowed to decorate your cap? These quotes also […]

How College Seniors Can Make the Best of Graduating During a Pandemic

If you’re a college student, there are some guarantees. The dining hall food will be bad. Your communal shower will be gross. You will sleep through class (at least) once. And at the end of it all, you will walk across a stage and move the tassel on your hat and—finally!—graduate. But not even college […]

Four Ways to Keep Your Dance Life Alive After College Graduation

So you’ve decided not to pursue a traditional professional dance path, but you still want to keep dancing after college. After all, dance is much more than just a hobby—you can’t imagine your life without it. Here’s how to find the right postgrad dance opportunity for you. Start Social Dancing Social dance is the noncompetitive […]

A Virtual Ovation for the Dance Class of 2020

We’re so proud of the Dance Class of 2020. And while we had the chance to celebrate 31 of you as dance grad cover stars, we’re showcasing even more of the incredible talent in this year’s senior class with this video “ovation.” Merde, graduates, as you dance your way into the future!

How College Dance Programs Are Celebrating the Class of 2020

With COVID-19 causing mass cancellations of commencement ceremonies, colleges around the world have had to get creative and improvise remote graduation celebrations. But no one does “creative” like the dance world. We spoke with leadership at some top college dance programs about how they’re honoring the class of 2020. Celebrating Seniors on Social In the […]

Misha Goes to College

  This was the most movement Baryshnikov did onstage, but I was pretty much in awe. (Courtesy Northwestern University) Over the weekend, I traveled to Chicago to see my sister graduate from Northwestern University (Congratulations, Danielle!). And, while I was very proud to see her walk across the stage to claim her diploma, I have […]