In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, the SouthShore Campus SGA hosted a lively Salsa Event on October 23. Students enjoyed paella, black beans, salad, flan and mock mojitos in between classes. A Carmen Miranda look-alike even showed up to join the celebration.
Salsa dance instructor Stan Pearson led an instructional session to show students, faculty and staff how to have fun while getting exercise—and even learning leadership skills. While learning the basics of salsa dancing and non-verbal communication, students gleaned five key leadership skills for life and dancing: supporting, acting, learning, striving and accepting (S.A.L.S.A). It was a great way for all the students to come together and have some fun.
Article written by: SouthShore Staff