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Eduardo Castillo

Eduardo Castillo , Multimedia Editor

Eduardo Castillo is a senior majoring in communication.

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Members of Step Afrika! look at the crowd. They are ranked as one of the top ten African-American dancing companies in the U.S.

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Members of Step Afrika! performing the African Gumboot dance. The origin of this dance began in Africa.

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Members of Step Afrika! performing the African Gumboot dance. This is considered one of stepping's biggest influence.

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Members of Step Afrika! performing a synchronized step routine. Step Afrika! performers come from different greek organizations who have historical stepping traditions.

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Members of Step Afrika! performing a synchronized step routine. Step Afrika! was founded in 1994 by Brian C. Williams.

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Members of Step Afrika! strike their hands mid-air during a step routine.

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Olabode Oladeinde crouches behind his shield during a step routine. Oladeinde is in his first season with Step Afrika!

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Kiera Harley strikes her fists during a solo step routine.

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Kiera Harley does a mid-air jump during a step routine. She is a member of Zeta Phi Beta sorority, Inc. She joined Step Afrika! in 2016.

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Ta'quez Whitted places his fists together for a step routine. Whitted first started stepping in high school.

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Members of Step Afrika! performing a synchronized step routine.

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Members of Step Afrika! preparing for a step routine.

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Olabode Oladeinde performing a solo step. He is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

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Mfoniso Akpan (right) and Kiera Harley strike their hands in synchronization on their knee during a step routine.

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Kiera Harley (left) and Mfoniso Akpan of Step Afrika! place their fists together before a step routine.

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