I ended up missing a lot of the events on Thursday because my phone died and I was trying to get my girlfriend into Ann Arbor. I did get to go to Rick's in time for the final Knowledge Bowl round. The faculty dancing with the students before sudden death was one of the best experiences of the weekend. Then I drank so much that I got very, very sick.
Friday I was so hungover that I had trouble seeing straight through Primus' class, and had to go outside for some fresh air during Clark's mock class. I was better for the informational meetings, and my favorite by far was the academia and clerkships presentation (I really really liked both Prescott and Larsen). That presentation was another highlight of the weekend. I was feeling pretty ASW'd out at that point, so the girlfriend and I went for the 5:30 tour of the law school for her to take some pictures. It was fun, and I love the law library. We went shopping, I got my University of Michigan Law window cling, and then I made it up to my hosts and girlfriend by playing DD for the night. Packed out my car and headed to the Outlaws event and then to Phid party. Absolute awesome time despite my sobriety. I was feeling tired because of the previous night, so I forced us into an exit a quarter to two, I think. Passed out.
Today, I didn't go to any of the closing remarks or anything. I house hunted and drove back home.
The greatest thing about Michigan this weekend was the faculty. I'm not sure if they just brought out all the personable and extroverted ones, but they were all really memorable. I'm absolutely ecstatic to be at a school with these professors.
I only ate one meal provided by Michigan—the taco/burrito dinner. Felt bad for the current student that wanted to talk because I was super tired and I'm going to Michigan already. Also I'm sort of shocked that only tacos/a burrito was offered. Seemed like there could've been more variety, but it wasn't really a big deal.