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Top 15 College Harlem Shake Videos

Last year, there was Gangnam Style; today it's the Harlem Shake. Has your school caught this latest craze? If not, be inspired by how colleges around the US and Canada are doing the Harlem Shake. Here are the Top 15 College Harlem Shake Videos:

1. The University of Guelph Does the Harlem Shake Right.
 There may be more than a foot of snow on the ground at this Ontario Canada campus, but the moves are HOT.

2. Harlem Shake at Colorado College in Colorado Springs.
The students at Colorado College ask: who says that libraries are supposed to be quiet?"

3. The Oregon Duck Struts his Stuff.
The University of Oregon mascot leaves the locker room and proves he has the moves--on and off the field.

4. The BIGGEST Harlem Shake at the University of Texas at Austin.
The students at UT in Austin stage the biggest shake to date. It just proves that everything IS bigger in Texas.

5. Harlem Shake Pool Party at Carthage College in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
When the mens' and womens' swim teams take on the Harlem Shake, the result is anything but all wet.

6. The University of Toronto Does the Harlem Shake.
The University of Toronto proves that things are certainly not boring when this class convenes.

7. Emory University's Oxford College Shakes it Up.
The Emory mascot leads the way for the Georgia shake.

8. Guilford College Takes the Harlem Shake not a Milk Shake.
Greensboro, North Carolina's Guilford College takes to the cafeteria with their mascot, Quaker Man for their version of the Harlem Shake.

9. Boston's Berklee College of Music Takes to the Streets.
The students of Boston's Berklee College of Music stop traffic. (Let's hope they're better at music than dance.)

10. Pennsylvania's Juniata College Does the Cafeteria Shake.
Student's at central Pennsylvania's Juniata College show that they still have the moves, even in the Allegheny Mountains.

11. Flagler College Boys Shake their Stuff.
The men's dorm gets together to strut its stuff at St. Augustine Florida's Flagler College.

12. Whitman College Shake: Climbing Wall Edition.
Students at Washington State's Whitman College show the Northwest's flair for adventure sports with this Shake video.

13. Wrestling Shake from Roger Williams University.
The wrestling team at Bristol Rhode Island's Roger Williams University shows they've got the moves on and off the mat.

14. Sheridan College Shake.
Media arts students at Wyoming's Sheridan College show that study hall doesn't have to be dull.

15. Middlebury College Shake.
Students at Vermont's Middlebury College say, "they're not from Harlem, but they know how to shake."

Did your school make the list? Suggest a school for inclusion or an honorable mention in the comments below.


  1. Anonymous3/03/2013

    Southern Polytechnic State Univ. (Marietta, GA)
    has two videos that should get looked at..

  2. I like the postings here and the picture is so definitely brilliant! Nice job


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