A weekend at the U

UM student Agustin Granda called the escape room "a magical experience."

Canes Night Live Spring Kickoff

Hurricane Production’s night time programming is back, kicking off the semester Friday, Jan. 25 with a slew of events ranging from glass etching to an escape room.

A student lays out the design for a personalized etched glass.
After designing their glasses, students had to wait 5 to 10 minutes for the etching material to dry.

A local artist was at the event to airbrush customized t-shirts for students.
Music from the DJ booth filled the Shalala Student Center, with songs ranging from classics such as Abba's "Dancing Queen" to modern anthems such as Ariana Grande's "Thank You, Next."
Students could also take home a customized engraved ring.
Students put their heads together to solve puzzles in the Harry-Potter-themed escape room.
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UM student Agustin Granda called the escape room "a magical experience."
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Natalia Mastalerz (front) and Lea Perez (back) exit the escape room while discussing Hermione, a popular Harry Potter character. "I always knew I was the Hermione of my friends," Mastalerz said.

Fraternity Bid Day

A long-standing tradition, bid day is a celebration of fraternities’ newest members. It took place Jan. 25, at the end of rush week.

Students gathered on the Lake-Side Patio as fraternity brothers announced pledges' names over a microphone.
The crowd often erupted in cheers as member of each social fraternity made their way onto the stage.
Noise from the festivities could be heard far beyond the patio as the fraternities celebrated their new members.

All photos by Cameron Tavakoly.