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    Stanford University Flash Mob - Gangnam Style Parody (Official Version)

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     seneca79 and his peers decided to create their own take on wildly popular music video "Gangnam Style."

    'The flashmob was created by a small group of Stanford Sloan Fellows. We wanted to unite all fellows and their partners behind a single goal and create a public expression of the camaraderie in our group,' he says.

    'For the organizing team, it has been one of the most rewarding experiences. Many of our fellow Sloan fellows described this as an eye-opening experience. It boiled down to understanding the benefit of breaking with the paradigms of your comfort zone, recognizing untapped talent and moving into new territory - very much the spirit that the Silicon Valley community and Stanford embody.'

    This actually isn't the first Gangnam Style video we've seen on iReport. Watch the Pittsburg State University marching band perform the song.
    - Jamescia, CNN iReport producer

    This Stanford University flash mob is brought to you by the Graduate School of Business Sloan Program, Class of 2013. If you like this video, please share it with your friends!

    Thanks to Mr. Psy of YG Entertainment Inc. from South Korea for providing the inspirational No.1 hit song "Gangnam Style", without which this flash mob would not have been possible.

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