Imaan Fitzgerald, a fifth-year film student, opened Spring Sing by performing her song ''Lapse'' on the ukulele.
BEL, the stage name of third-year communication studies student Isabel Whelan, won the award for best soloist for her performance of ''Ms. Hollywood.''
Eva B. Ross and David Miller took home the Northern California Alumni Grand Sweepstakes Award and the award for best duet.
The world arts and cultures/dance student performers of The Inner Sanctum presented a choreographed number inspired by HBO's ''Westworld.''
Reggae musician Ziggy Marley received the annual George and Ira Gershwin Award for Lifetime Musical Achievement.
Bruin Bhangra members blended elements of hip-hop and Punjabi dance throughout their performance.
HOOLIGAN Theatre Company performed adaptations of songs including ''Rockstar'' by Pink and ''Rehab'' by Amy Winehouse. The group won the award for best production.
Haylee Hessell, a third-year English student, took the stage with her song ''Let Him Go.''
Chris Pree, a third-year theater student, and Munir Griffin, a fourth-year ethnomusicology student, performed an R&B pop fusion song titled ''Deep.''
Last year's overall winner, Laura Savage (right), returned as part of the trio HELEN, also featuring Temme Scott (left) and Libby Hsieh (center). HELEN took home the award for best band.
Elaine Hendrix, known for her role in ''The Parent Trap,'' was part of a panel of guest judges that included other names such as Perez Hilton, Jason Earles and Jake Thomas.