To promote cultural expression and musical creativity through the medium of Japanese Taiko drumming. Cal Taiko aims to maintain an established performing group with a full and original repertoire.
CalTV is UC Berkeley’s only student run online television station. They are a passionate group of students dedicated to informing and entertaining the student body about all things Cal.
CED Students of Color aims to develop and expand the academic and social support, mentorship, career networking, and advocacy efforts for students of color and other underrepresented students within the College of Environmental Design. Students of color include those who identify themselves as African-American, Native American, Asian American, Latina/o, and Pacific Islander, however CED-SOC is inclusive and embraces all forms of diversity including LGBTQ students, low-income students, and allies who value and work for equity and justice within low-income communities and communities of color.
Through a collaborative staff effort, Chévere aims to celebrate the latinx presence in political, social, and artistic spheres of the UC Berkeley campus.
The Chicano/Latino Architecture Student Association, better known by the acronym CASA, is dedicated to providing outreach, support, and a professional network post-graduation for all students at Cal interested in any major in the College of Environmental Design. In addition, CASA is committed to working with other professional student organizations in the campus community to help raise more community awareness amongst ourselves and within the professional realm. CASA board members encourage all students to join, in the hope that CASA becomes for you what it is for us: great friends, great networking, and great support — a family.
The UCB Comparative Literature Undergraduate Journal will showcase the best undergraduate work in comparative literature across the nation as well as highlight more contemplative writing by students regarding multicultural issues, culture shock, or transnational experiences such as studying abroad.
Our members strive to learn how to fold simple to advanced origami (no experience required!), to be able to visualize the geometry of origami and be able to execute a diagram correctly, further learning how to "read" crease patterns.
DeCadence is a mixed a cappella group with twelve members that performs on Sproul every Wednesday at noon.
The DeCal Program (or just DeCal) is an aggregate of student-run courses at the University of California, Berkeley – here, students create and facilitate their own classes on a variety of subjects, many of which are not addressed in the traditional curriculum.
The student-curated website for everything related to design at Berkeley.