Dancers in matching beige dresses sit on the floor, twisting to face upstage while resting on one elbow. In the midst of the group is a dancer in a straddle leap, and another arching back to hold her back foot in a scorpion. In the background, a banner reads "College Dance Team National Championship."

Dance Team, Dance Major…or Both?

Because of the strenuous time demands required, dance majors sometimes assume it’s impossible to be part of the dance team on top of their already-heavy course load. But with the right tools and mindset, joining the team might be just the extracurricular you need to level up in the studio and on the stage.

Meet the Dancer Who's Redefining What it Means to be Disabled

In Rachid Ouramdane’s Tenir le temps, Annie Hanauer articulates the choreography with unforced precision, her natural demeanor and smooth transitions the perfect fit for Ouramdane’s undulating, abstract patterns. Few seem to notice that there is something slightly different about her: Hanauer was born missing part of her left arm, and now has a prosthetic one. […]