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Part of Speech





A choreographed line dance performed by members of a Greek organization. A tradition of many MGC and NPHC organizations, a stroll is usually performed at step shows, stroll shows, and parties where many other Greek members are present. In various regions, strolling is also referred to as "party-walking," but this is not observed at Northwestern.

A stroll is different from a step for various reasons. First, individuals will always stroll in a line whereas the formation is more flexible for a step. Second, individuals will dance in synchronization to a soundtrack, whereas stepping focuses on creating percussive sounds with the body.


The term is used primarily in the Multicultural Greek Council and National Pan-Hellenic communities. It is used both in informal and formal contexts as well as in spoken word and written text.

Example Sentences

  1. "This is the national stroll of the AKA"
  2. "Are the Betas strolling at the yard show?"

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