Salisbury University's Center for Student Involvement and Leadership hosted Fall Fair in the Square Oct. 28 for students to enjoy festivities like pumpkin painting, seasonal treats and zipline rides at the heart of campus.
Gallery by Photo Editor Benjamin Lausch
Salisbury University's Fall Fair in the Square offered free food for all, with autumn-inspired treats like these pumpkin patch dirt cups.
Students Lindsey Ward, Sydney Hertzog, Daisy Hermosillo and Alex Grant Land enjoy fall-themed snacks while painting pumpkins.
"If it's free, it's for me," student Chibuzo Opaigbeogu said, clutching a pumpkin and a brand new piece of SU merch.
Gerald Plummer soars across Red Square on a zipline, taking in the campus's beautiful scenery. "It was a little nerve-racking, but fun," he said about the experience.
Joseph Hayden shows off his Charlie Brown-inspired pumpkin before enjoying a hay ride on a university golf cart.
Students Brianna Esker, Cassi Whalen, Matt Arter and Hannah Reagle sell handmade glass-blown pumpkins to raise money for the Fulton School of Liberal Arts.
Stephanie Holmes and Kennedy Barrett accept students' guesses on the number of candy corn in a jar for the chance to win a Yeti cooler.
SU student Yianni Trintis (left) practices aim in the "Pop-A-Pumpkin" game, while Alex Klebasko (right) sinks a toss in cornhole.
By BENJAMIN LAUSCH
Photography courtesy of Benjamin Lausch