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Vaibhav Vijakar

One of the many performances of the day, the K-Pop Dance Club is seen here enthusiastically dancing. The club hoped to excite their audience and bring new members to their organization by showing off their dancing abilities.

Clubs day features organizations and performances

May 8, 2017

A sea of light blue engulfed the main quad, captivating a crowd of students who flocked to the center of campus last Thursday to watch G.R.A.N.D, an on-campus dance group, perform during Club Day.

Every quarter, the De Anza Student Body and Inter Club Council  hosts a Club Day  to encourage De Anza’s diverse population to contribute to student organizations. At the center of Club Day festivities, on-campus groups lined up around the fountain to talk to passersby in hopes of increasing their club membership.

This quarter’s Club Day was filled with excitement, fun, and memorable performances. Notably, performances from Four Elements, Workshop, and the K-Pop Dance Club intrigued audiences and enticed students to go to their respective booths. Along with various types of organizations that included cultural clubs, academically oriented organizations, community service groups, and more.

Caleb Jo, 20, business administration major and member of G.R.A.N.D., said “[Club Day] is a really good time to be able to dance and have a community.”

”Club day, this year, feels really good and I get a sense that everyone is trying really hard. Everyone was energetic and there were a lot of performances this time,” Arthur Arboleta, 22, English major, said.

A common theme of community reflects the larger idea that clubs serve sustained purpose on campus: to help people grow and develop while finding a community. With De Anza’s large selection of clubs, people are always encouraged to seek out an organization that helps them fulfill their goals and passions.

For more information about clubs at De Anza, visit the Inter Club Council and Clubs page at their website or at their  Facebook page.

Vaibhav Vijaykar
The De Anza Automotive Technology club brought a car to display for the De Anza community, one of the many creative ways to attract people and increase membership. In addition to the car itself, car parts were also available for students to interact with to gain a sense of what they’d be working with.


Vaibhav Vijaylar
Arielle Obsioma, 19, Business Marketing, played her ukulele during Club Day to garner attention for her club: PUSO. PUSO stands for The Pilipino Unity Student Organization, one of De Anza’s many clubs that celebrate students’ heritage, serves to educate the community about a Filipino culture.
Vaibhav Vijaykar
G.R.A.N.D., whose mission is to create a positive environment for dancers, poses with a sign that promotes De Anza’s clubs. Following their performance, the members ecstatically spoke to people in hopes of recruiting new members before briefly taking a break to take a picture.
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