What are the most popular majors at UC Santa Cruz?
|Applied Physics||Environmental Studies/Biology Combined Major|
|Ecology and Evolution||Plant Sciences|
|Economics/Mathematics Combined Major||Robotics Engineering|
CSU Fullerton (Fullerton, CA)
Although there’s a lot to love in big festivals and parties, some students prefer to keep their downtime low-key. That’s where California State University at Fullerton excels, with activities perfect for small groups of friends.
One of the most popular spots at CSU Fullerton is the bowling alley housed on campus, at the Titan Student Union. With a fully-featured pub and billiards area connected to it, the bowling alley gives students a great Saturday night without making them leave the campus.
For those looking for a more cultural experience, the Clays Performing Arts Center has a full schedule of plays and performances. Upcoming shows include The Spongebob Musical and the drama Within Reach. The Center also hosts dance recitals and art shows, exposing students to the full range of creative expression.
UC-Berkeley (Berkeley, CA)
Few schools are so closely linked with major cultural movements as the University of California at Berkeley. The school was a key location in the revolution of the 1960s, and it remains a vibrant location for artists and free thinkers.
A brainchild of Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Robert Haas, the Lunch Poems series brings new poets to campus to read their work for audiences. Past participants include Kaveh Akbar, poetry editor for The Nation, and award-winning author Phillip B. Williams.
Every June, the Juneteenth-in-Berkeley Festival celebrates the abolition of slavery in the United States. Activities include performances from up-and-coming and established artists in jazz, blues, and gospel genres. Work directed toward young adults can be found on the Lothario Lotho stage, which showcases plays, dances, fashion shows, and more.
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