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Slideshow: New England Epiphany Dance 2020

Slideshow: New England Epiphany Dance 2020

Posted: January 21, 2020

On Saturday evening the students and faculty families of Thomas Aquinas College, New England, gathered in Olivia Music Hall for the first-ever Epiphany Dance, hosted by the Sophomore Class.

  • Epiphany Dance -- New England 2020
    Slideshow: New England Epiphany Dance
  • Epiphany Dance -- New England 2020
    Slideshow: New England Epiphany Dance
  • Epiphany Dance -- New England 2020
    Slideshow: New England Epiphany Dance
  • Epiphany Dance -- New England 2020
    Slideshow: New England Epiphany Dance
  • Epiphany Dance -- New England 2020
    Slideshow: New England Epiphany Dance
  • Epiphany Dance -- New England 2020
    Slideshow: New England Epiphany Dance
  • Epiphany Dance -- New England 2020
    Slideshow: New England Epiphany Dance
  • Epiphany Dance -- New England 2020
    Slideshow: New England Epiphany Dance
  • Epiphany Dance -- New England 2020
    Slideshow: New England Epiphany Dance
  • Epiphany Dance -- New England 2020
    Slideshow: New England Epiphany Dance
  • Epiphany Dance -- New England 2020
    Slideshow: New England Epiphany Dance
  • Epiphany Dance -- New England 2020
    Slideshow: New England Epiphany Dance
  • Epiphany Dance -- New England 2020
    Slideshow: New England Epiphany Dance
  • Epiphany Dance -- New England 2020
    Slideshow: New England Epiphany Dance
  • Epiphany Dance -- New England 2020
    Slideshow: New England Epiphany Dance

A fresh snowfall adorned the campus outside, complementing the dance’s theme of “Winter Wonderland.” Festivities began with an Epiphany Blessing from Chaplain Rev. Father Markey, followed by a performance of “I’m Dreaming of a White Christmas” by Tilly Cecchi (’22) and Paul Dinan (’23), then carols around the crèche.

Later on in the evening many students — with their classmates and the faculty children looking on — competed in a waltz competition. After three rounds, freshmen Tanner Sheffield and Rebecca Scheurer emerged victorious. Matthew Witzaney (’23) and Fiona Mohun (’23) earned second place, and Jean Guerreiro (’22) and Tilly Cecchi (’22) claimed third.