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Artistic Expressions: Lauren Sinclair

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Guest contributor Neta Even sits down with senior Lauren Sinclair to discuss her dance journey which led her to be a an officer for the drill team, Red Rhythm.

Name: Lauren Sinclair 

Grade: senior 

Years of experience: 15 years 

Wingspan: Why do you like to dance?

Sinclair: “I like to dance because I feel like I have had a natural born talent ever since I was little, and I find it really enjoying to get on stage and perform in front of a bunch of people and make my family proud when they watch me.”

Wingspan: What has been your favorite dance that you have ever been in? 

Sinclair: “My favorite dance that I have ever been in my whole life was called “Hit the Road Jack” at my studio called KJ when I was 11, and I was the star.” 

Wingspan: Do you have a preference between any of the dance styles?

Sinclair: “I like all dance styles but my favorites are jazz and ballet, and my least favorite is modern because I was never trained in it.” 

Wingspan: Who is your dance inspiration?

Sinclair: “My dance inspiration is definitely the LSU Tiger Girls because of their contagious energy and it’s really mesmerizing and entertaining to watch them.”

Wingspan: What is the most important aspect of dancing? 

Sinclair: “I think personality and creativity is the most important aspect of dancing because it’s kind of the only way you can make yourself stand out next to people who are doing the exact same thing as you.” 

Wingspan: What is the toughest challenge you face when it comes to dancing?

Sinclair: “The toughest challenge is definitely losing motivation, and having to keep going even when my motivation is lacking.” 

Wingspan: “What is your favorite thing that dance has led you to?” 

Sinclair: “My favorite thing that dances has led me to is definitely the friendships I have made throughout the years, I spend almost every single day with the team and I love my friends.”

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