The festival’s organizers hoped to bring together artists and highlight local organizations and businesses.
Traditionally, the tailgates were held near the President's Lawn. But this location created an issue, since many students in Greek life live far from the lawn.
Creative placemaking is the practice of using arts, culture and creativity to support “vibrant and sustainable” communities.
The monthly event allows students and jazz enthusiasts the opportunity to improv alongside various professional musicians.
The mural incorporates four sections, all with a nature theme.
CryBaby and The Hall’s event showed that laughter stops for no one, not even The Hall’s soft pretzels.
Soak up the sun while staying safe and socially distanced.
Scott Plank, brother of Under Armour founder Kevin Plank, transformed an abandoned building into the new establishment.