Skylar Frisch

Experiencing culture shock in Morocco
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Experiencing culture shock in Morocco

The MV Explorer has officially left Europe and has made it to its first African port, Morocco! Morocco was a whirlwind of new sounds, smells, sights and tastes. On the first day, we left the ship in Casablanca and made our way to Marrakech, navigating streets (both paved and unpaved) that were a bustling mixture…

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Olá Portugal, adiós Spain

I had some of the most fun and jam-packed few days in Portugal and Spain since being on Semester At Sea. I was exhausted from not sleeping the night before; I had been sliding up and down in my bed from the rough waves we hit on our way into port (not having slept is…

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Studying in the classroom and exploring in port

It’s been a whirlwind of nearly a month. The MV Explorer has already docked in its first five ports—England, Russia, Germany, Belgium and France—and we’ve had 12 class days while at sea. While it has only been a short amount of time, life on the ship has quickly become a routine. Instead of a traditional…

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Goodbye, Dublin. Hello, Lisbon.

We are currently sailing on our way to Lisbon, Portugal from Dublin, Ireland. Dublin was a tough port to leave since the fun we had there seemed to be shared by everyone. It was hard for me to wave goodbye to the Dublin port – I had four jam-packed, awesome days there. To make the…

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Drive-ins feature free movies

Hurricane Productions is going to new heights to entertain UM students by screening movies at the top of the Pavia Garage. In February, HP, the Cinematic Arts Commission and Canes Night Live will hosted UM’s first drive-in movie on campus. Students were invited to the top floor of Pavia to watch a Disney classic, “Hercules,”…

Canes Carnival
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Canes Carnival

Sebastian who? UM’s beloved Ibis may be upstaged on Friday by some rubber ducks and a towering Ferris wheel on the Foote Green. For the 10th straight year, Canes Night Live will host Canes Carnival on the last day of spring semester classes from 8 p.m. to midnight. “This event is Hurricane Productions’ largest for…

News, Profiles

Alumnus launches EDM-inspired clothing line

Last year, Ryan Simone was struggling with what many college seniors are struggling with today – finding a job after graduation. But last year during his senior year at UM, Simone embraced his inner entrepreneur when he came up with an idea for his EDM-inspired clothing line, Ravee Apparel. Simone’s inspiration for Ravee Apparel (RA)…

WVUM DJ turns up volume with her passion
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WVUM DJ turns up volume with her passion

Senior Katie Sullivan can always be found at her second home, the WVUM studio, from 3 to 4 p.m. Wednesdays. “Being a DJ helped me find balance within the hectic, sometimes crazy life of a college kid,” said Sullivan, a media management and English literature double major. Sullivan lives life to her own beat with…

Campus Life, News

Campus hangout celebrates 40th birthday

Some might balk at the thought of turning 40, but not UM’s Rathskeller. Its birthday on Monday will give the restaurant the chance to do what it does best — host UM students and employees for food and fun in the sun. On Feb. 11, 1973, the Rat opened for business. Fast-forward 40 years and…

Edge

Drive-in features free screening

Hurricane Productions is going to new heights to entertain UM students by screening movies at the top of the Pavia Garage. On Thursday night, HP, the Cinematic Arts Commission and Canes Night Live will host UM’s first drive-in movie on campus. Students are invited to the top floor of Pavia to watch a Disney classic,…

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