13th Annual Great Pumpkin Carving Contest

More than 40 teams of two filled the Levine Mar­ket­place on Thursday in Stetson East for the 13th Annual Great Pumpkin Carving Con­test, orga­nized by North­eastern Dining. The fin­ished pump­kins were put on dis­play in the Xhi­bi­tion Kitchen for judging on Friday.

Photos by Mariah Tauger.

  • After losing last year's contest by three votes, third-year chemistry major Shongmas Nimnark crafted her newest creation.

  • Students begin designing and carving their pumpkins.

  • From left, second-year business student Stephanie Roberts and second-year psychology student Naomi Stapleton make progress on their pumpkin, named "And Now We Know."

  • Second-year civil engineering major Nate Hewes works on a Red Sox inspired pumpkin.

  • Fourth-year communications major Shannon Clark works on her team's pumpkin during the 13th annual Great Pumpkin Carving Contest in Stetson East.

  • The "Have a Husky Hall-Aoun!" pumpkin was one of more than 40 on display during judging in the Xhibition Kitchen.

  • The pumpkins up for judging featured a wide variety of carving and strategy.

  • Some contestants used Northeastern as the inspiration for their creations.

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