UC Berkeley radiates blue and gold on Cal Day 2019

Amanda Ramirez/Senior Staff
Oski joins the cheerleader performance at the noon rally on Cal Day.

Every year on Cal Day, campus organizations and student groups unite to give newly admitted students a look into life at UC Berkeley. Many activities and resources are shown to the campus community. The Cal Band, Cal Dance Team and Cal Cheerleading gave an extravagant noon performance this year on Sproul Plaza, and new and returning members of UC Berkeley united to partake in the school spirit.

Members of the Cal Band perform in front of Sproul Plaza.

Transfer student Adrienne Coryell sports a Make America Great Again hat in front of the Berkeley College Republicans table.

The Cal Dance Team performs at the noon rally on Cal Day.

The Cal Dance Team performs at the noon rally on Cal Day.

The Cal Band performs in front of Sproul Hall.

A crowd fills Sproul Plaza to watch the Cal Band performance.

A sea of brass instruments from the Cal Band.

Mathilde, age 4, came with her mother to Cal Day.

Sproul Plaza is one of the most busy locations on campus during Cal Day.

Sather Gate opens up to more informational booths and activities.

Recently admitted students Kaylee Hernandez, Samantha Galindo, Nathalie Morales, and John Gonzalez came from Los Angeles for Senior Weekend.

Recently admitted student Britney Zang poses for a picture in front of Sather Gate.

Nyla and LJ, both age 8, inquire a Kiwi Bot on campus.

A row of campus services set up outside of Wheeler Hall.

Prospective students ask questions about campus programs such as the Undocumented Students Program and Educational Opportunity Program.

Summer Bridge Ambassador Grace Hamaker-Teals answers questions from a prospective student and parent.

A flag of a golden bear flows in the wind at the Glade.

The Campus Store is packed with students and parents purchasing Cal gear.

Two forms of transportation on Cal Day: AC Transit or cable car.

Cable cars take people around the perimeter of campus.

Campus freshman Nada Jamalallail gets her face painted from a booth on campus.