Georgina “Colourful” Court got the recent election craze of flash mobs started on Wednesday morning in the James France building on campus.

As the sound of “Teach me how to Dougie” came on the speakers, students, lecturers and staff stopped to watch what was about to unfold.

A single dancer began before being joined by around 15 others all dressed in brightly coloured clothes in keeping with Court’s theme. 

The second song was ‘Saturday Night’, with the well-known dance moves bringing the building to a stand-still.

Flash mobs have become a major part of the 16 day election process over the past two years due to it's low cost and high impact nature. It is unlikely that this will be the last flash mob we see across campus over the campaign period.

Georgina ‘Colourful’ Court is running for the position of VP Welfare and Diversity against Jack ‘Tin Tin’ Haskett and David ‘Pokemon’ Haines. 


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