Friday, October 25 by Lisa Di Giacomo
The last Friday of October and maybe the last nice Friday for several months. While the day started off chilly, flowers were still stretching to the sun for perhaps one last time. But how did Columbus State students spend this Friday?
Flowers are still trying to bloom at the end of October on campus.
Autism puzzle pieces hang from a tree outside Nestor Hall.
The Vault Sculpture adorned with fall foliage
First year student, Aaron Neimeistr, plays guitar on the mall.
Aaron as he plays his guitar. While he enjoys all music genres, he is playing metal today.
Working to complete his Associates of Art, Aaron hopes to transfer to a four-year program to study music.
Nana Ghansah, originally from Ghana, studies trigonometry in the Library.
Trigonometry is an important class for Nana as he wants to complete an Associate of Science degree and then transfer to The Ohio State University to study Aerospace Engineering.
Writing tutor Suzanne Heckman helps Kita Robinson with her assignment.
Jon Martinez and Jamal Mohamed unwind playing a competitive game of ping-pong.