Photo Essay: Tarleton Halloween Carnival

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    Tarleton Dance had a parachute tent for children to run under. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    Children ran under the parachute tent to grab some candy. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    Games were offered by student organizations. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    Sigma Phi Lambda handed out treats at the Tarleton Halloween Carnival. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    Spooky and slimy decorations were up for guests to enjoy. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    Even some parents dressed up for the Halloween Carnival. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    Children of all ages attended the carnival in their costumes. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    Tarleton Equestrian Team was dressed for the carnival. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    Various booths handed out candy to visitors. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    Some Tarleton students were in the spirit of Halloween. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    Tarleton's Kinesiology Fitness Club had a booth set up for carnival attendees. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    Various games and activities were offered to play in exchange for tickets bought at the beginning of the carnival. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    Various games and activities were offered to play in exchange for tickets bought at the beginning of the carnival. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    P.A.N.K.U.S. was another student organization present at the carnival. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    Tarleton's Master of Science in Athletic Training program set up games for Halloween Carnival. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    Students even brought their pets to enjoy the fun. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    Tau Beta Sigma was one of the greek organizations present at the Tarleton Halloween Carnival. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    Delta Chi's booth took tickets in exchange for guests to throw a plate of whipped cream in their face. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    Delta Chi's booth took tickets in exchange for guests to throw a plate of whipped cream in their face. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    Stephenville locals attended with their children and enjoyed the festivities. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    Candy was in abundance at the carnival hosted at Tarleton on Oct. 30. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    Fun and creative games were put on by businesses and student organizations. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    Bounce castles were available for the guests. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    Stephenville businesses even joined in on the fun. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    Carnival goers enjoying the fishing activity. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    A Tarleton student displayed their Halloween makeup skills. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    Hunewell dorm hosted a haunted house experience. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    Snacks and drinks were available for Hunewell's Haunted Halls guests. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    Hunewell dorm was decorated for carnival guests. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    Hunewell dorm was decorated for carnival guests. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    Hunewell dorm was decorated for carnival guests. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    People wait patiently outside of the Haunted Halls. Photo by Arynn Tomson
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    This family is all smiles as they attend Tarleton's Halloween Carnival. Photo by Arynn Tomson

Games were offered by student organizations. Photo by Arynn Tomson

Spooky and slimy decorations were up for guests to enjoy. Photo by Arynn Tomson

Even some parents dressed up for the Halloween Carnival. Photo by Arynn Tomson

Children of all ages attended the carnival in their costumes. Photo by Arynn Tomson

Some Tarleton students were in the spirit of Halloween. Photo by Arynn Tomson

Tarleton’s Kinesiology Fitness Club had a booth set up for carnival attendees. Photo by Arynn Tomson

Various games and activities were offered to play in exchange for tickets bought at the beginning of the carnival. Photo by Arynn Tomson

Various games and activities were offered to play in exchange for tickets bought at the beginning of the carnival. Photo by Arynn Tomson

P.A.N.K.U.S. was another student organization present at the carnival. Photo by Arynn Tomson

Tarleton’s Master of Science in Athletic Training program set up games for Halloween Carnival. Photo by Arynn Tomson

Students even brought their pets to enjoy the fun. Photo by Arynn Tomson

Tau Beta Sigma was one of the greek organizations present at the Tarleton Halloween Carnival. Photo by Arynn Tomson

Delta Chi’s booth took tickets in exchange for guests to throw a plate of whipped cream in their face. Photo by Arynn Tomson

Stephenville locals attended with their children and enjoyed the festivities. Photo by Arynn Tomson

Candy was in abundance at the carnival hosted at Tarleton on Oct. 30. Photo by Arynn Tomson

Fun and creative games were put on by businesses and student organizations. Photo by Arynn Tomson

Carnival goers enjoying the fishing activity. Photo by Arynn Tomson

Tarleton Equestrian Team was dressed for the carnival. Photo by Arynn Tomson

Various booths handed out candy to visitors. Photo by Arynn Tomson

A Tarleton student displayed their Halloween makeup skills. Photo by Arynn Tomson

Hunewell dorm hosted a haunted house experience. Photo by Arynn Tomson

Hunewell dorm was decorated for carnival guests. Photo by Arynn Tomson

Hunewell dorm was decorated for carnival guests. Photo by Arynn Tomson

Hunewell dorm was decorated for carnival guests. Photo by Arynn Tomson

People wait patiently outside of the Haunted Halls. Photo by Arynn Tomson

This family is all smiles as they attend Tarleton’s Halloween Carnival. Photo by Arynn Tomson

 

Tarleton Dance had a parachute tent for children to run under. Photo by Arynn Tomson

Sigma Phi Lambda handed out treats at the Tarleton Halloween Carnival. Photo by Arynn Tomson

Children ran under the parachute tent to grab some candy. Photo by Arynn Tomson

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