Whether it is dancing for the Tango Club or at the Occupation Dance, students use different types of dancing to express their feelings or have fun. Another form of expression, acting can also provide students with a hobby that allows them to become another character or just let loose. The production of “The Death and Splendor of Joaquin Murieta has allowed students to participate in a unique form of theatre, a different type of experimental and interactive acting. Going to the “Rocky Horror Film Show” also allows people to express themselves, from participating in the production or dressing up. Music is another form of expression seen with “The Reality” and performers at College Eight’s open-mic who use their lyrics or lines to connect with the audience. From painting pumpkins to writing on the concrete, expression can be anything you want it to be.