The sense of community was vibrant as families, friends and Richmond locals gathered together to celebrate and support local businesses. Each artisan was enthused to speak on their craft and had a unique story that filled the festival with personality.
“I personally don’t have the desire to dress up as something controversial,” first-year Sophia Harvey said.
This performance featured two new additions: the first tap dance performance in the history of Celebration on Dance, performed by Perry, and a dance film, created by Henderson, who is currently abroad.
The creepiest day of the year is today: Friday the 13th. If the superstitions and bad luck don’t scare you off, there are plenty of events around Richmond to keep even the unluckiest busy.
The Student Center for Equity and Inclusion hosted its second annual Mid-Autumn Festival celebration on Sept. 29.
Whether you're yearning for a Chipotle-style bowl or seeking a quick, sophisticated but simple meal, the diverse offerings at the salad bar in the dining hall provide a perfect solution.