Photo Features: Autumn at Lawrence

Lawrentians like to take advantage of their fall midterm reading periods by going on trips, going home for a few days, relaxing or studying for any midterms they still may have.

Leaves scatter the grass of Main Hall Green, perfect place to collect leaves of different hues of red, orange, yellow and brown.

Photos by Hannah Burgess

Autumn in Appleton is characterized by it’s vibrant colors, cozy sweater-weather and, of course, the bustling about of hundreds of Lawrence students. As October comes to a close, Lawrentians can be found carving pumpkins, drinking apple cider in the café and studying for their last few midterms. Now is the perfect time to go outside and jump in some leaf piles or go for long walks with friends, because winter is right around the corner

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