Aokirama—Cardozorama until it was renamed for late Professor Keith Aoki in 2011—is a yearly variety show put on by students of the School of Law. Since the 2001-02 academic year, it has been held at the Varsity Theater. One of the oldest King Hall traditions, the first Cardozorama was held in the early 70s.
- Short films. See, e.g., The MLK, Hackbart Meets Weirum, Davis State of Mind
- Musical acts See, e.g., Gin and Juice, Ducks for Dinner
- Dancing See, Ziba Belly Dancing,
- Sketch comedy
One year in the ancient past, Cardozorama entered a float in Picnic Day that consisted of a flatbed pickup with a vertical pole. Oh yeah, and they hired an exotic dancer to entertain using this set. Needless to say Cardozorama had a bit of a much-deserved image problem for several decades, but in the last decade, it has greatly improved its image.
The name is in honor of Supreme Court Justice Benjamin Cardozo.