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Season’s final show promises laughs from veteran cast
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Season’s final show promises laughs from veteran cast

It’s the final curtain call at the Ring Theatre, and the Greeks are making an appearance. “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” opens on Wednesday, and it is worth getting excited about. The hysterical play is about a crafty slave named Psuedolys, played by senior Jacob Sharf, who will do anything…

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Students raise money for countries through T-shirt company

UM junior Robert Finn met Claremont McKenna College junior Jeff Steitz  last summer on Semester at Sea, a study abroad program. One night during the trip, while drinking beers and sharing laughs, Steitz turned to Finn and said, “Dude, you got to listen to this idea. I think I’m on to something.” Steitz’s idea was…

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Burger Bonanza

Whisk Whisk has a different burger each Friday. Loyal customers wait all week to see  the chef’s next concoction.  Fans love the Southern Slaw Burger, a burger, turned comfort-food.  The 8-ounce burger is tossed on the grill and topped with red leaf lettuce, sliced Florida tomatoes, grilled Spanish onions, melted Muenster cheese and the famous…

Opinion

Many dangers come with ‘buying under the influence’

I recently came across a phrase that has been unable to leave my mind: “Buying under the influence.” We have all been schooled on  driving under the influence, but are we aware of the real dangers of buying under the influence? This secret hazard to the women of society should have a penalty, but who…

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Sweating it out with yoga at UM

UM senior Carl Gardner was an ultimate tri-athlete until he hurt his knees. Luckily, he found a hot new way to exercise. Gardner started the UM Bikram Yoga Club last fall after suffering multiple knee injuries from running. He no longer has to worry about the impact to his knees while running on pavement and…

News

Judaic life strengthened

Until a community can sustain its own building, the “Chabad House” is held commonly held at the rabbi’s house. The UM Chabad House, located at 1251 Hardee Rd, is the home of Rabbi Mendy Fellig and his wife, Henchi. Though Chabad is part of the Orthodox branch of Judaism, it welcomes students regardless of their degree of observance.

Men’s lacrosse season could be cut short
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Men’s lacrosse season could be cut short

Unfortunately for Ryan and 34 other members of the lacrosse club, their season may be cut short partly because the Student Activity Fee Allocation Committee (SAFAC) has run out of money for the rest of the semester. The team was counting on SAFAC, which funds student organizations, to help out with its budget of $13,000. The money goes to travel, lodging, equipment, uniforms, referees and the league entry fee.

Sweating it out with yoga
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Sweating it out with yoga

UM senior Carl Gardner was an ultimate tri-athlete until he hurt his knees. Luckily, he found a new way to exercise, and it’s hot.
Gardner started the UM Bikram Yoga Club last fall after suffering multiple knee injuries from running.

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