LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Henderson State University in Arkadelphia is getting some serious attention online, thanks to a new lip dub video.
Using a single continuous camera shot, HSU students dance and sing to Maroon 5's "Moves Like Jagger" and "Don't Stop Believin'" by Journey.
The video has close to 13-thousand views on YouTube and countless hits on the school's website.
Student leader Cameron Magee had the difficult job of holding the camera through the six minute video.
"We used what's called a glide camera to keep the shot steady," says Magee. "We kinda had a crew of a few friends of mine and we rode around and walked the route all morning over and over because I was walking backwards for most of it."
Two-hundred and fifty students participated in the video.
"It's a testament of our student body," says Associate Dean of Students Jordan O'Roark. "Them coming out and gathering together, doing this in such heat, close to finals week, it's fantastic."
Magee says that despite all the work that went into creating the lip dub, he looks forward to making another one.
"Obviously it has been more than worth it," he says. "Potential students that are looking at Henderson can look at this video and says 'wow, this is a university that knows how to have fun!'".