It’s one of the most popular dances UVU throws and this year was no different. Students flocked to the loud music in hoards, dressed to impress. Pairs of female Marios and Luigis danced to Beyonce. Various kitty cats got down to Ke$ha. There was even a T-Pain crunking to his own songs. Costumes ranged from those made last minute to some that looked like they had been planned months in advance. It was the first time the dance was held in the UCCU Center and students took full advantage of the venue. The entire building shook with heavy bass music and the stomping feet of hundreds of students. With the large number of attendees and variety of costumes, the Halloween Insomnia Dance was a definite success.