Biological Artistic Design strives to integrate artistic vision with biological interests.
Blueprint is a non-profit organization aimed at bringing technologies to local nonprofit organizations that are making social change.
UCBD is a sport club dedicated to social and competitive ballroom dance. Their team welcomes everyone from beginners with no experience through gold syllabus or open level dancers. Competitive dances include international and American style waltz, tango, cha-cha, rumba. At their Wednesday evening social dance lessons, they teach dances, including salsa, swing, and hustle.
The California Cheerleaders perform at football, men’s and women’s basketball, and volleyball games. They work with the Mic Men to lead stadium wide cheers and increase crowd participation, as well as perform on the sidelines and during halftimes alongside the Cal Dance Team. They also participate in various rallies, and at alumni and community events. Cal Cheerleading hopes to create new traditions, while continuing to carry out the longstanding traditions of the University of California, Berkeley.
Cal Community Music (CCM), composed of UC Berkeley students and local musicians, holds concerts throughout the year at various retirement homes in Berkeley and surrounding areas. All types of music and skill levels are welcome, solo and ensemble performances are both encouraged.
The Cal Dance Team is composed of twenty-four women who are committed to upholding the traditions of Cal Spirit at Cal athletic events, alumni events, and various spirit rallies on campus. During the Fall semester, the Dance Team primarily performs song-leading style cheers at all Cal football games and pre-game rallies. Members of the team are also provided with the exciting opportunity to travel to other campuses throughout the Pac-10 and other universities to cheer on Cal fans at televised Cal football games.
The Cal Jazz Choir, a member of UC Choral Ensembles, is a ten-member group dedicated to exploring the colorings of vocal jazz. CJC draws its repertoire from traditional standards and contemporary compositions alike. Performances sometimes feature the talents of local jazz combos but are generally a cappella and will almost certainly include plentiful scat solos!
The Cal Literature & Arts Magazine (CLAM) is a bi-annual journal of poetry, prose and artwork composed of submissions from the UC Berkeley undergraduate & graduate student bodies in addition to expository articles on local art and culture written by CLAM staff. The CLAM staff and editors meet weekly to review submissions, and plan events and fundraisers.
A hub for performing arts at UC Berkeley, Student Ambassadors for the Arts (SAFTA) immerse students in world-class performances right here on campus.
Established in 2001, CalSLAM hosts poetry workshops, open mics, and slam competitions open to the campus and greater Bay Area community. Our mission is to create a safe space for students and community members to explore and share themselves, their experiences and their world through words.