Cambridge Campus Hosts Fall Fest Week

Caricature artist Stevie D. draws the portraits of Campus Eye staff writers while they interview him. Photo by Ryan Schaal

Cambridge Campus Hosts Fall Fest Week

By Matana Ebner and Sammy Johnson
Staff Writers

A week-long fall fest celebration is happening on the Cambridge campus each day this week. Monday’s festivities included free cookies and hot chocolate, Tuesday’s feature was a Fair Trade Fair, sponsored by the Spanish club, and today’s event was a caricature artist who offered free portraits to students.

The caricature artist, Stevie D., mentioned that he likes drawing portraits because every situation is different and portraits usually only take about seven-and-a-half minutes to complete. When asked how long he has been drawing portraits, he replied, “Since the ‘90s, longer than you’ve been around.”

Caricature artist Stevie D. draws the portraits of Campus Eye staff writers while they interview him.  Photo by Ryan Schaal

Caricature artist Stevie D. draws the portraits of Campus Eye staff writers while they interview him.
Photo by Ryan Schaal

Thursday’s fall fest event will be a “make your own wax hand” station and fall fest will conclude on Friday with the Planet Halloween Dance, which is hosted by the E-Club and will take place from 8:00 PM – 12:00 AM. E-club member Alex Bender mentioned that it should be an exciting time and they are expecting quite a few people. Students are welcome to invite friends and family (anyone over 16 years old) to attend the dance, which will include a costume contest and a feast of fear, which will require contestants to eat scary foods.

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