Of sand castles (and other structures)
– Photos by Frank T. Kocsis III, student photographer
It's "Tiki Time" at the DJ booth ...
... an island motif that colorfully carried over onto the giveaway table.
James C. Fretz, a construction management student from Collegeville, is one of the sure-footed souls ridin' the waves on a simulated surfboard.
Hula hoops, aptly named for this tropical paradise, are put to use in a ring-toss game.
A limberly limbo'ing student excels this time, but how 'bout when the bar is lowered?
A different school of dance, this one to the strains of "Cotton Eye Joe," attracts a line of able performers ...
... and yet one other variation combines movement, fashion and a generosity of spirit.
Grass-skirted competitors participate in the "Aloha Hop," modeled after a traditional sack race.
Small building blocks, so much fun when neatly arranged on a tabletop (and so maddening when stabbingly underfoot in 3 a.m. household darkness), offer a construction challenge in the Bush Campus Center.
A Philadelphia Eagles fan decorates a T-shirt accordingly, customizing "game day" apparel at the create-a-creature workspace.
Wildcats will NOT be denied their time in the limelight, however.
Giant bricks provide the raw material for larger-than-life play ...
... and an equally imposing playHOUSE!