Photos: MTSU fraternity hosts Stepping For A Cure competition

Photos and Story by Carla Hicks/ Contributing Writer

MTSU ‘s Iota Mu Chapter of the Phi Beta Sigma fraternity held the much anticipated annual “Stepping For A Cure” at Tucker Theatre Friday. The step show was held to benefit the organization March of Dimes, which works to raise money to “expand programs and educate medical professionals to make sure moms and babies get the best possible care” and to “advocate for policies that prioritize their health,” according to their website.

Six sororities put on their game face and stepping shoes to compete against each other for a better cause.

After a lengthy competition, sorority Alpha Delta Pi took home first place.

“If you weren’t here, you missed out on a great show. These girls practiced from sun up to sun down. They worked five months. Their hard work truly paid off,” said Martavious Carpenter, the Stepping For A Cure host and member of Phi Beta Sigma.

The event was a big turnout, and the Phi Beta Sigma fraternity is looking forward to continuing the hold the annual step show.

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