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|Ballroom Dance Club
Better known as CC Ballroom, this informal dance club brings ballroom dancing to students. No experience is required to join, as everyone comes from a different dance background. Existing members teach steps, style and technique during the weekly meetings. The club goes to local dances in Mystic, Old Lyme and the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, where some of the best learning of steps and style happens.
|Belly Dancing Club
A club to connect body, spirit and mind through the medium of belly dancing.
This group is dedicated to promoting the art of stepping performs at various venues throughout the academic year.
|Co Co Beaux
The College's only all-male a cappella group, they perform a mixture of modern pop songs and old classics and travels throughout the Northeast to perform at other colleges, high schools and events.
A co-ed a cappella group that sings, entertains, and has fun. It's that simple.
A female a cappella group, on campus for well over sixty years, that sings everything from rocking ensemble songs to Imogen Heap to John Mayer to Frank Sinatra to Yes. The group rehearses six hours a week and perform at other colleges, schools, nursing homes, private parties, and school functions.
This student club puts on two fully produced dance concerts each year in Myers Studio. Students play the roles of dancers, choreographers, producers and stagehands.
Dancers interested in jazz and hip-hop have the opportunity to learn and perform dances at athletic and other events and participate in competitions at both the regional and national levels.
This diverse student club organizes a popular spring weekend with dinners, dances and a standing-room-only talent show.
An a cappella group, affiliated with Souled Out (see below)
|MOBROC Musicians Organized for Band Rights on Campus
Want to play in a band? Want to network with other musicians on campus? For a small fee, members can utilize the storage and practice space located in The Barn behind the College center. MOBROC also hosts shows on and off campus so students can showcase their talents.
N2O is the College's only short-form improv comedy group, with typically 8-11 members at any given time. During rehearsals, they practice games and various improv strategies to prepare for shows, typically 2-3 per semester, during which the group performs a variety of games.
The College's very first a cappella singing group, this all-female group, established in 1944, has been singing strong ever since. Throughout the school year they perform at numerous events on and off campus.
An improv performing group.
The group seeks to employ the artistic talents of members of the Connecticut College community in efforts of arts-based community service, teaching various forms of visual and performing arts to members of the Connecticut College community as well as using arts education to forge connections with those outside of our own immediate community. MissConduct is an a cappella group affiliated with the group.
|Unity Gospel Choir
A student-run organization that strives to promote fellowship through performing and sponsoring gospel music concerts for the College and surrounding communities, their repertoire includes, but is not limited to, traditional and contemporary Gospel music.
A co-ed a cappella group that performs at school functions, outside charity events, at other universities and twice a year at their own shows.
|Williams Street Mix
A co-ed a cappella group.
|Wig and Candle, the student theater organization, produces six to 10 shows in a year.|