GALLERY: The Curtis' Spooky Mansion

For the last 35 years, Robin and Larry Curtis have been extravagantly decorating their yard for Halloween. The yearly display almost came to an end until a neighbor encouraged them to continue their tradition that has spanned generations and brought joy to so many. 

GALLERY: Sober in October

The Office of Student Activites and Involvement held a Sober in October event where students drink mocktails and try different activities wearing impairment goggles Tuesday, Oct. 25 in the Fabiano, Emmons, and Woldt lobby. 

GALLERY: Pumpkin Carving and Painting Contest

The Office of Student Activities and Involvement hosts a pumpkin carving/painting contest Monday, Oct. 24 in Wightman 200. All pumpkin entries are being voted on SAI's Instagram (@cmuactivities).

GALLERY: Threads Model Call

Threads Fashion Show holds a model call Friday, Oct. 21 in French Auditorium. Prospective models had headshots and measurements taken and had the chance to show their model walks to designers.

GALLERY: 2022 State of the University Address

President Robert Davies gives his State of the University Address and hosts a social event afterwards Wednesday, Oct. 19, in Plachta Auditorium and Powers Hall.

GALLERY: Cupcake Action for Sickle Cell Anemia

The Tenacious Theta Theta Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. hosts a cupcake auction to raise money for Sickle Cell Anemia Friday, Oct. 14 in Pearce Hall.  

GALLERY: Soup and Substance: Coming Out Day

The Office for Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion held a Soup and Substances event Tuesday, Oct. 11 in the Bovee University Center Rotunda. Dr. Jack Day talked about LGBTQ focused policies and school climate in honor of National Coming Out Day. 

GALLERY: The 2022 Homecoming Grand Marshals

Marcy Weston, Sue Guevara, Cristy Freese, Margo Jonker, and the late Fran Koenig and Mary Bottaro were celebrated for their impact on CMU women's athletic. Take a look into what the CMU legends who were named Grand Marshals did on Homecoming day. 

GALLERY: Pride In Color

The College of Arts and Media and Spectrum hosted an event on Coming Out Day celebrating students and their stories through the portrait project Pride In Color. The multi-location exhibit was displayed in Wightman Hall, Moore Hall, and the Center for Inclusion and Diversity and included portraits of students across campus. Both the Wightman Hall and Moore Hall exhibits will stay up until the end of October. 

GALLERY: Clothesline project

The Sexual Aggression Peer Advocates organization displays The Clothesline Project in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Oct. 7-14 in the Volunteer Center. The display allowed members of the campus and community to express their experiences and solidarity in creative ways by decorating shirts and writing messages on handprints.

GALLERY: Our History: Ballet Folklorico

The Office of Multicultural Academic Student Services held Our History: Ballet Folklorico as a part of Hispanic Heritage Month Wednesday, Oct. 12 in the Powers Ballroom. Dancers from the group Ballet Folklorico de la Luz performed traditional dances.