Photo Series: Community Enjoys Seasonal Favorites at Fall Fest

Pho Vu ’23 captures in photos the myriad of fun activities the campus community enjoyed at this year’s Fall Festival, which took place on Sunday, Oct. 16.

Photo Series: Community Enjoys Seasonal Favorites at Fall Fest
Last Sunday, campus community members flocked to the Greenway Quadrangle to take part in a plethora of seasonal activities at Fall Festival. 
Chalk on the paths guided participants to the main venue of the festival.
The Wildmans performed live songs on stage to enliven the atmosphere.
Pumpkins on the grass ready for carving activity were placed in front of King Dormitory. 
Participants enjoying the festival food.
A scarecrow with a pumpkin head was displayed in front of the pumpkin-carving tent.
A little girl getting her Halloween face makeover done.
Sydney Ireland '23 and Luke Herzog '24 holding their caricature portraits for a pose in front of the camera.
Behind every successful festival is a team of hardworking staff.
A group of students posing for a group photo in the field.
Food served at the festival included pumpkin fries, fried dough, BBQ ribs, kettle corn, and lemonade.
Students hanging out on the hill that overlooks the football field.
Carved pumpkins displayed on hay.
Students taking turns to take photos for their friends next to the pumpkin spot.
President Elliott before joining a cornhole game.
The games on offer included a massive connect-4.
Guests enjoyed the school’s landscape with a horse-pulled hayride.