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Stop Motion: Architecture Costume Parade

Yesterday, first-year students in the school of Architecture took place in the annual Costume Parade, in which they were directed to develop costumes and an accompanying performance that reflected some architectural idea. Some took the prompt more seriously than others, (see the boxing match between the Parthenon and Lincoln Memorial), ┬ámaking the event extremely entertaining. The class of 58 students broke unto 17 groups to create their costumes, and a panel of 6 judges awarded 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place awards, as well as the “WTF” award. Check out the stop motion time lapse below to get a glimpse of the variety of costumes.

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Eric Weiss

Eric is the Visual Editor, and a Photographer for Onward State, originally from Pittsburgh, PA. He is currently a 5th year student in the B.Arch program at Penn State.

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