At the end of each semester, our club puts on a show for an audience of approximately 600 guests. We generally have three shows on that day. We are currently the largest student run club at Iowa State University, with approximately 500 members. These include ISU Students as well as alumni and Ames community members. In addition to this, the following is a list of performances that we have been asked to do in the past:
VEISHEA, ISU Homecoming, Relay for Life, ISU Lip Sync, Clear Lake High School, Ames Middle School, ISU Women's Volleyball, ISU Women's Gymnastics, Gilbert Middle School, ISU Women's Basketball, Greek Week, and the Minnesota Timberwolves Pre-Game Show: 2007, 2008, 2009, and 2010
This organization has no affiliations.
Constitution / Tier
||Anyone can be a member of this hip hop club, no prior dance experience is needed. Attending the showcase every semester and signing up will allow anyone to be apart of club following with semester dues.
||To be an officer of Dub H you must be a member for at least two semesters, to run for office the requirements are to fill out a position form along with a resume. The club and current officers will then vote and come to a consensus on the new officers for
||There are no qualifications to being a member of Dub H.
||There is a zero tolerance for drinking in the club, if a member comes to a practice or show under the influence their membership is revoked and they are no longer allowed into the club.
||As for elections, once the resumes and applications are submitted for each running position. The advisor and president review each applicant then present an anonymous vote from the entire club at the end of the semester. We require a paragraph on why each candidate believes they suit the position they are running for and that is how the club votes.
||Meetings for dancers will be depending on the dances they chose to be apart of and are casted in. Each individual dance meets once a week for an hour an a half, ranging on the number each member is casted into the hours every week may range. As for officers, the cabinet will meet once a week also to discuss future events and plans for the following week on how to successfully run the hip hop club to satisfy the members.
Description of Regular Meetings/Activities
|Throughout the semester there around 18 to 20 choreographers chosen to choreograph a single piece that are put together and presented during the end of semester show. Each choreographer has their own designated practice throughout the week (Sunday through Thursday are practice days) for an hour and a half.
Description of Special Events
|The performance team (InnovAtion) is tryouts only and they are a group of dancers that represent the club at different events on Iowa State's campus throughout the year. For example, performances at the Iowa State Fashion Show, Iowa Wild Hockey, Minnesota Timberwolves, Relay for Life, etc. For all members of Dub H there are end of the semester show that is held in Ames to show the dances they all worked throughout the semester for.