Fall At Muskingum

So when you decide to go to Muskingum, walking to class the first two months of classes will likely be pretty normal. It’ll still feel like an Ohio summer and the trees will be green.

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Photo Courtesy of Claire Dooley

But wait until mid-October. The leaves begin turning colors, and suddenly life gets ten times lovelier. I grew up in New Hampshire, where the fall foliage is known for being breathtaking. So it’s got to be pretty gorgeous for me to declare fall in a Midwestern state up to par. But honestly, Muskingum campus reminds me a great deal of New Hampshire. Walking to class is tough in the fall because you can never decide whether to take pictures the whole time or put your phone away and enjoy the beautiful walk. There’s something about the vibrant colors framing the beautiful brick buildings on campus that is really picturesque. Whether walking across the bridge or across the quad or through the Hollows, fall at Muskingum is truly something special to behold.

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