Tag: Rathskeller

At the Rat, trivia night takes over Tuesdays
Campus Life, News

At the Rat, trivia night takes over Tuesdays

The Rathskeller has been a part of University of Miami tradition since 1973, serving as a place where students go to eat, relax and catch up with friends. It is the place for away-game watch parties, drag shows and happy hour, but some do not know that the Rat also is the setting for intense competition. The…

Loopholes allow for underage drinking at the Rat
Campus Life, News

Loopholes allow for underage drinking at the Rat

Raising your right wrist at the Rat is as common as buying a pitcher of beer. The sole on-campus bar uses wristbands on the right hand as a system for verifying the legal age to drink alcohol. But with its larger location at the Student Activities Center, are underage students less likely to get caught…

SG works toward a year full of completed initiatives
News, Student Government

SG works toward a year full of completed initiatives

  Two weeks into school, and Student Government (SG) already has a laundry list of completed initiatives meeting students’ requests from last year. Completed initiatives include a redesign of Cane Cards, a smoke-free campus, a supply vending machine in Richter Library, outdoor seating at Mahoney-Pearson Dining Hall, blocking off the seal outside the bookstore and…

Rat celebrates staff, 40th birthday
News, Profiles

Rat celebrates staff, 40th birthday

The Rathskeller has been the on-campus gathering place for University of Miami students, alumni and visitors for decades and will celebrate its 40th birthday this year. While many UM students cherish their time at the iconic campus location, few have had their college experiences shaped as distinctly by the Rat as the restaurant’s student staff….

Top venues to catch a UM away game
Edge

Top venues to catch a UM away game

                                The first home game of the football season is nearly two weeks away, but that shouldn’t stop you from painting your face orange and green or sporting your proudest Hurricanes ensemble. Though nothing can replace traditions like running through…

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Greek events continue at the Rathskeller

While the new Rathskeller still incorporates many elements of the old, one feature is glaringly missing – the stage. “The stage is definitely what I will miss most about the old Rat,” said Ashley Drake, president of the Panhellenic Association and a server at the Rat. The raised stage at the former Rat was a…

Temporary Rathskeller at UC charms students
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Temporary Rathskeller at UC charms students

A brightly colored, ornate sign with the Rathskeller’s signature logo welcomed students into a milieu of school spirit on Monday, when the restaurant’s temporary location on the first floor of the University Center unveiled dozens of newly refurbished gliders, a wrap-around bar and 10 high-definition TVs. Situated inside Sbarro’s former home with views of the…

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Renovations mark new era

Upon returning to campus last fall, students discovered something new: the University Center’s (UC) second floor International Lounge had a small addition, or rather, a big one: a 2,500 square foot white storage box, easily the size of a one-bedroom apartment. Inside were swivel chairs turned on their wheels, tables, boxes and a mess of…

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Current UC under renovation, new one to be built

Students and alumni, consider yourselves warned. The face of campus is going to change forever. Construction will begin on the long-awaited Student Activities Center this summer, due to a $20 million donation from the Fairholme Foundation. “It is going to be a game-changer like the Wellness Center was in the ‘90s,” said Patricia Whitely, the…

Beelzebubs bring ‘Glee’ to the Rat
Edge

Beelzebubs bring ‘Glee’ to the Rat

Minus Glee’s Dalton Academy dreamboat Blaine (Darren Criss) and loveable Kurt (Chris Colfer), the Tufts University’s Beelzebubs awaited a crowd that began lining up more than an hour before it began. And the Beelzebubs, the university’s oldest all-male a cappella group, were equally, if not more, excited to perform on the unique Rathskeller stage.

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