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,Carving pumpkins comes from eltic tradition to ward off evil spirits. The Irish did not carve pumpkins, they carved turnips and rutabagas but when the Irish came to American they found that pumpkins were  better vehicles for carving so they change vegetables.

Carving pumpkins comes from a Celtic tradition to ward off evil spirits. The Irish did not carve pumpkins, they carved turnips and rutabagas but when the Irish came to America they found that pumpkins were better vehicles for carving so they change vegetables. At 316 Elm Street carving pumpkins is a  Halloween tradition. This pumpkin died on October 5, 2014, 4 days after this picture was taken.

I'm not the only one making new friends here at Kent State. Sophomore Communications major Alexa makes friends with one of kents signature "mascots:" the balck squirrel.

I’m not the only one making new friends here at Kent State on Thursday October 2, 2014, Sophomore Communications major Alexa makes friends with one of Kent’s signature “mascots” the black squirrel.

Purple, thought not usually thought off is  a  color of fall. I found these right in the middle of Kent States Campus. Captured on October 2, 2014 I found this color of fall to be astonishing.

Purple, though not usually thought off, is a color of fall. I found these right in the middle of Kent States Campus. Captured on October 2, 2014. I found this color of fall to be astonishing. African Violets  bloom in lower light, making them the perfect flower for fall.

Keily Lough, 4 and Lilith Lough, 2 enjoy a day at Monroe's Apple Orchard  on September  27,2014. The girls enjoyed apple cider, hay rides, and  pictures on the sunny September day.

Keily Lough, 4 and Lilith Lough, 2 enjoy a day at Monroe’s Apple Orchard on September 27,2014. The girls enjoyed apple cider, hay rides, and pictures on this sunny September day.

Michael, Black Squirrel radio host, hangs out with Kent's famous black squirrel before his radio show at 6 p.m. on Thursday October 2, 2014.

Michael, Black Squirrel radio host, hangs out with Kent’s famous black squirrel before his radio show at 6 p.m. on Thursday October 2, 2014.

Emily an eighteen year old Visual communications design major is inspired by art , or course.

Emily an eighteen year old freshman Visual Communications design major is inspired by , none other than, Art. Emily was caught eating Lunch outside the Student center on October 2, 2014.

Caitlin a nineteen year old nutrition major is inspired by her courageous hard working mother.

Caitlin a nineteen year old nutrition major is inspired by her courageous hard working mother.

Lexi,20 and  broadcast journalism major finds inspiration in life. She loves her family and the people she is surrounded by.  Lexi was caught rushing to class near the student center.

Lexi,20 and broadcast journalism major finds inspiration in life. She loves her family and the people she is surrounded by. Lexi was caught rushing to class near the student center. on October 2, 2014.

Breanna A nineteen year old American sign language major finds inspiration in her mother, a passionate woman. I found Breanna studying near the African  Violets.

Breanna(cq) A nineteen year old American sign language major finds inspiration in her mother, a passionate woman. I found Breanna (cq) studying near the African Violets.

Thuan (cq) a twenty year old  electronic media major finds inspiration in his mother. A single women taking care of 5 children, a home and having a career.

Thuan (cq) a twenty year old electronic media major finds inspiration in his mother. A single women taking care of 5 children, a home and having a career. Thuan(cq) was captured studying on October 2, 2014 at 12:00 noon.

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