Arts and Sciences celebrates with medieval feast

Staff donned medieval-style garb for the annual Arts and Sciences picnic.
Feasting on a menu from Kendra’s Catering that included turkey legs, salads and a giant themed cupcake display.
Staff were encouraged to dress for the picnic in medieval garb for a costume contest
Staff were encouraged to dress for the picnic in medieval garb for a costume contest.
College of Arts and Sciences annual staff appreciation picnic June 2.
Dean Ritter dressed for the picnic in medieval-style garb for a costume contest.
David Taylor, associate dean of administration, addresses staff at the annual picnic.
Staff enjoying the staff appreciation picnic June 2.
After the feast, an array of “games, merriment and tomfoolery” was offered, including javelin throwing (with pool noodles) and stilt walking races.
An array of “games, merriment and tomfoolery” was offered.
Dean Ritter enjoys the staff appreciation picnic June 2.
An array of “games, merriment and tomfoolery” was offered.
An array of “games, merriment and tomfoolery” was offered.
Having fun at the annual picnic June 2.
A staff member takes a chance at archery.