In Photos – UCSB’s Campus Involvement Fair and Student Leaders

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Photo by Hally Zhou

Hally Zhou

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UC Santa Barbara (UCSB) clubs crowded Storke Plaza while tabling for the Campus Involvement fair on Sept. 20. The Bottom Line (TBL) captured the faces of our many student leaders and their organizations as students kick off the school year.

Please note: TBL does not endorse any of the organizations featured in this photo series.

There are six A cappella groups on campus. They usually host their audition during the first week of the fall quarter and have concerts every quarter.

Founded in 2003, Brothas From Other Mothas (BFOM) is UCSB’s premier all-male+ A cappella group. They will be celebrating their 20th anniversary in 2023. BFOM also performed at Convocation this year, where Chancellor Yang and other faculty members welcomed all new incoming students.
InterVals A Cappella is an all-gender A cappella Group at UCSB, founded in 2011. They are dedicated to create a friendly environment for members to grow as individuals and musicians.
UCSB’s Anime Club aims to create a welcoming environment for UCSB students interested in anime, Japanese culture, and cultural icons. Through participating in the club, members can form friendships and network with other members who share their interests.
Student leaders at the Dental Buddies promote dental health.
The UCSB Pre-Dental Organization (PDO) is a campus organization for pre-dental students at UCSB. PDO is for students interested in learning about the dental profession and paths to dental school.

About 2,500 students at UCSB are involved in Greek life, and there are about 50 Greek-lettered organizations recognized by Student Engagement & Leadership. In photos, there is medical fraternity Phi Delta Epsilon and multicultural & academic fraternity Theta Nu Kappa.

A student promoting voter registration at the Campus Involvement Fair.
Planned Parenthood Generation Action is a student-led group that advocates for public awareness of reproductive rights

There are many UCSB organizations featuring students and scholars from diverse cultural, ethnic, and religious backgrounds. In many of these organizations, students share their voices regarding current events.

UCSB Muslim Student Association is dedicated to creating a safe environment for Muslims on campus, educating against misconceptions about Islam, and making a community where all students can feel comfortable.

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