The 2020 Fall Semester In Review
By hannahrisker on •
November 18, 2020
This semester, the Student Activities Board put together many events, accomodating with the COVID-19 precautions, to boost student morale. Many events took place on the Lawn to provide a safe, socially distant environment for students, such as the “Run With the Red Wolves 5K,” “Midterm Maddness,” “Dia De Los Muertos Altar Presentations,” and “Red Wolves Got Talent.”
Students sitting at tables and spread out blankets on the Heritage Plaza Lawn to draw a Red Wolf door hanger at the “Painting with Pinot’s Palette” event on Oct. 7. For the gallery on this event, click the link! Painting With Pinot’s Palette
Students enjoying the first ever HowlFest, a pep rally that included games, musical guests and Big A’s BBQ, outside the Red W.O.L.F. Center, on Oct. 9. For the gallery on this event, click the link! A-State’s First Ever HowlFest
The A-State Red Wolves playing through the rain in the seasons’ first home football game, resulting in a victory against the University of Central Arkansas, Oct. 10. For the gallery on this event, click the link! A-State’s First Fall 2020 Home Football Game
Students of different backgrounds walking, chanting, holding signs, and raising fists in the A-State unity march held on campus on Sept. 17. For the gallery on this event, click the link! Campus Black Lives Matter March
Students gathered in front of the Humanities and Social Sciences Building to listen and engage with religious speaker, “Sister Cindy” Smock, on Nov. 16.
The “Sound of the Natural State” marching band dressed in costumes and playing socially distant at the A-State football game against Troy on Halloween night. For the gallery on this event, click the link! A-State vs. Troy Football
Alexa Floyd being crowned as the Homecoming Queen at the “Yell Like Hell” rally on Sept. 25.
Students participating in dance lessons at the H.O.L.A. annual Viva la Noche celebration, Oct. 8. For the gallery on this event, click the link! Viva La Noche
Timothy Gilbee, a percussionist, performing his Senior Recital at the Fowler Center on Oct. 8. For the gallery on this event, click the link! Senior Recital: Timothy Gilbee
Students making “Intention Bracelets” as a stress-releasing activity at Midterm Madness on Oct. 13. For the gallery on this event, click the link! Midterm Madness
Reymond Mundli, a freshman computer science major from India, with Chaidanya Borra, a freshman computer science major from India, and Aravinvh Boya, a computer science major from India, with their chalk drawing of the flag of India for International Culture Day at A-State, Nov. 16. For the gallery on this event, click the link! International Culture Day
Photos by: Hannah Risker | Photo Editor
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