NSO Activities Fair hosted by ASUCLA » Social & Entertainment
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Club Name: Asian Greek Council
Club Summary:The Asian Greek Council at UCLA is the parent council of the Omega Sigma Tau fraternity and Chi Alpha Delta and Theta Kappa Phi sororities. Our purpose is to bring the members of our chapter organizations closer together through service, fundraising, and philanthropy, as well as our many social events. In addition, we also interact with the greater UCLA community, especially with other Asian-interest orgs, by both hosting and participating in campus events.
Club Summary: The Ballet Company at UCLA is an inclusive community of passionate ballet dancers. We promote the art of ballet by fostering a safe environment for dancers to creatively express themselves, improve their dance technique and perform as a team. The Ballet Company also aims to connect with and serve the wider LA dance community.
Club Summary: We are UCLA’s first YouTube-based community and welcome both content creators and individuals who just love YouTube. You don’t need to have your own channel! We offer a creative, social space for students to unite and brainstorm ideas, support each other, collaborate on projects, teach workshops and learn about new trends across various topics on YouTube. We also educate members on the business aspect of YouTube, such as monetization and brand identity. We believe that anyone can make their own YouTube videos; to keep our members motivated and inspired, we invite guest YouTubers to speak at our events and share their insight with us.
Club Summary: Hi Dancers and Future Dancers! We at Dancesport Club at UCLA are a student driven dance community who love learning and dancing together. We’re excited to welcome all Bruins to join us in learning exciting dances like Waltz and Cha-Cha!
Dashew Center’s programming provided an opportunity for students, scholars, faculty, staff and community members to facilitate their cross-cultural learning, cultural adjustment, and language improvement, all while building friendships with people from across the globe. We offer a variety of ongoing programs and one-time events and workshops to achieve this purpose. We are excited to help you connect virtually to UCLA and Los Angeles this fall. For international students, the visa staff at the Dashew Center guide your Bruin experience from admission, arrival to UCLA, and beyond. Enter our Zoom for a chance to win a UCLA e-gift card!
Club Summary: Fresh Productions Art (“Fresh Produce”) is an official UCLA student group that promotes animation-focused art as well as traditional and digital illustration. We freshly produce art every meeting through weekly challenges and on-the-spot drawings. Its purpose is to encourage artists of all levels and offer instruction in various mediums, introducing them to the professional capacities of commercial art. Fresh Produce provides a supportive environment that allows artists to thrive and connect with people of similar interests.
Club Summary: We are a student-run music performance organization celebrating the sheer awesomeness and diversity of video game music. Our members include music majors and music lovers, students and community members, and everyone in between (and every instrument, try us)! Traditionally, we host concerts showcasing our full orchestra, choir, jazz ensemble, chamber groups, and arranging program. Now, we are exploring ways to virtually collaborate and connect. The one thing hasn’t changed is our appreciation for video game music in society and our lives. No matter your background or experience level, we welcome you to join us in celebrating video game music!
Club Summary: Her Campus is the #1 media site dedicated to focusing on and empowering college womxn, written by college womxn. Her Campus is an organization at over 400 campuses and Her Campus UCLA ranks in the top 5%. We are an inclusive community dedicated to embracing and cultivating a space for college womxn to explore their identities and uplift one another through journalism & visual media. We welcome UCLA womxn of all levels of experience to apply for the following positions: Feature Writers, Photographers, Graphic Designers, Videographers, & Team Members for Internal Activities, Social Media and Event Marketing.
Club Summary: Homecoming at UCLA is a student-run organization supported by the Alumni Association working to unite all generations of Bruins through school spirit and tradition. Our events, falling during Fall Quarter each year, welcome Bruins new and old back to Westwood to come together in a week of celebration of our incredible Bruin community!
Club Summary: HOOLIGAN Theatre Company is a not-for-profit organization that provides a professional theatre experience for students of all aspirations in order to revitalize, educate, and enrich the theatre community. We welcome students of all backgrounds and majors and develop skills and relationships that last a lifetime.
Summary: The iKNITiative is a needlecraft club on campus that is dedicated to donating crafted goods to the community and teaching anyone the art of needlecraft. The goal of the club is to spread the love of knitting/crochet to our peers while also spreading awareness of the needs of those at hospitals, homeless shelters, and those of refugees. The club also seeks to teach patients, elderly, and any other interested organizations. The club is also proud to host a calming, stress-relieving, mindful and social atmosphere through the learning and teaching of needlecraft. If you’ve ever wanted to make a beanie, scarf, or simply learn a new skill to keep your hands busy, come hang out with us! No prior needlecraft experience is necessary. and any form of needlecraft (or even sewing/embroidery) is allowed and encouraged! We provide materials (e.g. yarn and needles/hooks) if needed! We are passionate about giving back through needlecraft!
Club Summary: The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the governing body of the nationally recognized fraternity chapters at the University of California, Los Angeles. The IFC oversees 22 social fraternities and over 1,200 UCLA Students. IFC works to provide programming and leadership opportunities to students within the Greek community, within the Bruin community, and within the greater Los Angeles area. As the core of this purpose, the IFC community seeks to develop leaders of character who will positively impact the broader campus community and the world around them.
Club Summary: Welcome to UCLA! The Japanese Animation Club is a community where members can network and socialize with other students who share similar interests by providing valuable programming, activities, and networking opportunities. We hope you will join us for our weekly screenings and socials, which will be hosted online.
Club Name: K-pop International Student Association (KINSA)
Club Summary:Hello! We are the K-pop International Student Association, a K-pop interest club with the intent to foster friendships and create experiences relating to Korean music and culture. Our mission is to bring together fans and provide a space that makes UCLA feel a bit smaller. For the upcoming year, members can anticipate weekly screenings, comeback watch parties, virtual socials, new friends, and overall “Nonstop” fun. Long-time fan or not, everyone is welcome, so “What You Waiting For.” Come learn “MORE & MORE” about us!
Club Summary: The Nerdfighters at UCLA help nerds, geeks and pop-culture enthusiasts identify other like-minded people on campus by hosting weekly meetings (Nerdfighter gatherings) and organizing regular outings around the LA area with the goal of maintaining a diverse and welcoming community for students at UCLA.
Club Summary: Do you sing or beatbox? If you’re interested in meeting new friends who also love music, then we want to meet YOU at auditions! We are a co-ed performance a cappella group who pride ourselves in fostering a fun-filled community while cultivating our unique sound! We arrange and choreograph all of our own music, host quarterly concerts, and perform at a variety of gigs both on the UCLA campus and in the greater Los Angeles Area. No experience is necessary, we welcome all backgrounds at auditions! Please reach out to us if you have any questions!
Club Summary: We are UCLAs only organization for out of state students, and we do not take that lightly. Through social events, workshops, newsletters, and more, we are dedicated to forming a community for out of state students at UCLA. We do this by connecting students with each other and with people from their state or area, providing networking opportunities, helping students adjust to campus life, and advocating for out of state students on campus. Through the OSSA community, members can find people to rent storage lockers with, share Uber rides to the airport, buy plane tickets with, and more.
Club Summary: Resonance A Cappella is one of UCLA’s premiere vocal ensembles! What started out as a quintet founded in 2012 quickly grew into a vibrant a cappella group with a unique sound and high level of musical excellence. Guided by their passion for performing and friendship, Resonance hopes to share their music with their community and make a lasting impact. Always seeking to grow as musicians, Resonance gets involved in as many opportunities to sing and perform as they can‚ whether that be through competitions, philanthropy events, or content creation!
Club Summary: Welcome to The Den! The Den is UCLA’s official student section at all athletic events. As a student, every time you attend a game, you’re a part of The Den–the loudest, rowdiest, and most loyal fan base of UCLA Athletics. Every gameday at the Rose Bowl, every thrilling win in Pauley during your college experience starts in The Den.
Den Operations is a group of passionate sports fans that are UCLA’s #1 fans and the most dedicated, hyped students in the section. We’re a group of ~60 students that run The Den from behind the scenes.
Club Summary: The Swing Dance Club is committed to bringing the joy of swing dancing to UCLA! We’ve been providing free, volunteer-based, on-campus lessons to students for over ten years. Our mission is to give everyone who likes swing dancing or wants to learn to swing dance a safe place to dance, learn, and engage with their community. We’d love to see you on the dance floor soon!
First Year Meet & Greet Time: 7-9 (7pm for all dates except Wednesday, August 26th; Tuesday, September 8th; and Wednesday, September 16th, all three of which will start at 7:30pm)
Transfer Meet & Greet Time: 12-2
Club Name: The Writer’s Den
Club Summary: The Writer’s Den is UCLA’s creative writing club for students. We work to build a community of writers and provide a safe space once a week for people to share their work and listen to others. We also host a weekly volunteer program, where some of our members visit grade schools in Los Angeles and teach creative writing. We teach at four different schools, in classrooms ranging from fifth grade to twelfth grade. At the end of the year, our volunteers compile anthologies of their students’ work, and each class takes a field trip to visit UCLA’s campus.
Club Name: Themed Entertainment Association at UCLA (TEA@UCLA)
Club Summary: The Themed Entertainment Association at UCLA, also known as TEA@UCLA, is a student-run organization catered to connecting students from all backgrounds to the theme park and entertainment industry. The club regularly hosts networking opportunities, professional development workshops, guest speakers, field trips, competitions and socials catered to students interests and connecting them with the industry. TEA@UCLA welcomes all students, undergraduate and graduate, and from all majors and backgrounds to explore the industry and create life-long connections along the way.
Club Summary: The UCLA Bruin Marching Band brings bruin spirit and pride to UCLA football games, basketball games, and other athletic events! From the Rose Bowl to Pauley Pavilion to Drake Stadium, the Solid Gold Sound plays for the fans, athletes, and to have a good time. Joining the band is a great way to make new friends and keep playing your instrument. Audition today!
Club Summary: 2020 marks the one hundred year anniversary of women gaining suffrage, making Panhellenic, the largest women’s organization at UCLA, even more relevant. Panhellenic is determined in creating a community of inclusivity; one that holds ourselves accountable, continues to educate our members, and progresses towards a more diverse and welcoming organization. This community strives to empower our women, providing them with a support system as they navigate the challenges of college life, in addition to social, academic, and professional opportunities. The Panhellenic community is more than just a social organization; we aspire to positively impact our members and the larger bruin community.
Club Summary: Hello! We are UCLA Rally Committee. We work with the UCLA Athletics department and Den Operations to make UCLA sporting events fun for students & fans! We are the oldest club on campus and some of our most notable traditions include building the “Beat ‘SC” Bonfire, guarding the Bruin Bear statue around the clock during Rivalry Week, and housing the “Victory Bell” when we win it from the Trojans!
Club Summary: Hi freshmen and transfer students! We’re Unravel at UCLA, the only sustainable fashion club on campus. Our mission is to educate students about what happens behind the seams of our favorite clothes, and to unravel the environmental and social impacts of the fashion industry. We empower UCLA students to make more informed and conscious fashion decisions by hosting clothing swaps, upcycling and DIY workshops, bringing in sustainable fashion professionals for panels, and going on thrifting socials! If you love thrifting, are interested in sustainability, or love fashion and are curious about sustainable fashion, check us out!
Club Summary: Try the fastest growing sport in America, a new Olympic sport which is played by countries all over the world. Join our diverse group of players who compete across the country and test your athleticism while meeting a group of new people in a great team culture.