More than 200 jack-o'-lanterns were on display Monday on the front steps of Old Morrison at Transylvania University as part of Pumpkin Mania. From the Transylvania University Web site: "Last year, 250 jack-o'-lanterns, carved by faculty, staff, students and members of the community, lit up the steps of Old Morrison. This year, Transylvania hopes to have even more pumpkins." The jack-o'-lanterns were lit Friday, and they're to remain on display through Halloween night. As of Monday morning, the total was about the same as last year, but some jack-o'-lanterns were being added.  Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff
More than 200 jack-o'-lanterns were on display Monday on the front steps of Old Morrison at Transylvania University as part of Pumpkin Mania. From the Transylvania University Web site: "Last year, 250 jack-o'-lanterns, carved by faculty, staff, students and members of the community, lit up the steps of Old Morrison. This year, Transylvania hopes to have even more pumpkins." The jack-o'-lanterns were lit Friday, and they're to remain on display through Halloween night. As of Monday morning, the total was about the same as last year, but some jack-o'-lanterns were being added. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader
More than 200 jack-o'-lanterns were on display Monday on the front steps of Old Morrison at Transylvania University as part of Pumpkin Mania. From the Transylvania University Web site: "Last year, 250 jack-o'-lanterns, carved by faculty, staff, students and members of the community, lit up the steps of Old Morrison. This year, Transylvania hopes to have even more pumpkins." The jack-o'-lanterns were lit Friday, and they're to remain on display through Halloween night. As of Monday morning, the total was about the same as last year, but some jack-o'-lanterns were being added. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader

Pumpkin Mania strikes Transylvania University

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