Explo is all about the memories and friends you take home with you in your heart. To honor all of the good times at Explo, living groups take family portraits to remember the best summer ever!
Thanks for the memories, Explo! We learned, we laughed, we cried — mostly from laughing so hard — and in the process, we made some lifelong friendships. Cheers to Explo 2016!
During a final living group period, students receive a picture booklet with their living group photo and share notes and contact information with their friends from the summer.
Students in Narrative Writing for Video Games share their work with each other and get critical feedback, as they plan the next step in their games' development.
After writing the music and lyrics for their songs, students in Songwriting and Music Composition prepare for their performance for Explopalooza: setting up the stage, tuning their instruments, running sound-checks, and practicing their songs on stage at the Shubert Theatre.
What do YOU want to see on tv? Three groups of students in Reality TV: A Closer Look compete against each other to see who can come up with the best new reality tv show concept.
Should we kill the zombies? Or just poke them until they move away from the general population? That's the question on everyone's minds in Apocalypse Management. Students work on the logistics of an organized plan to preserve mankind in a post-apocalyptic world.
It's the final performance for improv comedy, sketch comedy, stage combat, audition skills, acting and directing courses. The performing arts students get big laughs and a very captive audience.