Photo Brief: Flash mob on the Rock

Students from UM Alumni Ambassadors surprised the Rock with a flash mob demonstration Wednesday morning. The reason for the dance was to promote purchasing a class ring, hence the Ring Pop props. Nick Rodriguez // Contributing Photographer

The flash mob that broke out in front of the Rock at 12:15 p.m. on Wednesday. Karli Evans // Contributing Photographer

The participants in the flash mob celebrate once they finish their routine, which took place on the Rock at noon on Wednesday. Nick Rodriguez // Contributing Photographer

Sophomore Maura Lapoff dances in the flash mob, put on by the UM Ambassadors on the Rock on Wednesday afternoon. The event attracted a lot of attention from students passing by to and from classes. Nick Rodriguez // Contributing Photographer

October 17, 2012


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