Phi Mu hosted their yearling Miracle Maniac dance competition on Thursday in Loeb Theater on Thursday. Working to raise money for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals and the Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis, Miracle Maniac is a competition where a fraternity pairs up with a sorority and with help from Phi Mu, the pair perform a dance routine together. A total of 29 teams, which included 400-some dancers, participated in Phi Mu's philanthropy Miracle Mania. The event drew 800-some audience members in Loeb Playhouse on Thursday night. In attendance was Addy, a Riley kid who has gone through several surgeries throughout her life. After the halftime performance, Addy gave a speech about the benefits of the Riley Hospital for Children and the impact that hospital has had on her life. The team of Pi Kappa Phi and Alpha Chi Omega won the competition, which included a dance using '90s and 2000's Best Medley.