Fall #CampusBeautiful

Crisp, cool mornings and an impressive show of colors – it must be fall on the #CampusBeautiful! Used to describe the landscaping and buildings of EKU for more than a century, the Campus Beautiful continues to live up to its name. Grab your cozy #EKU sweatshirt and enjoy the beauty of EKU’s picturesque campus captured by Staff Photographer Carsen Bryant and Student Photographers Julia Hickey and Allie Barger.

Student walking on path to the main entrance of library holding a Java City cup
Side angle of Keen Johnson featuring new maroon plants in front.
Student walking in front of Palmer building through trees with leaves on ground
Up close of wet orange/yellow leaves on ground
Photo of Sullivan while a student walks by it with orange leaves on the ground.
Roark building with large in front with leaves turning green to orange.
Squirrel digging through dry leaves
Sign that reads Eastern Kentucky University Founded 1874
Back of a student walking down stairs of Case towards entrance.
Fall leaves on a hill featuring the main entrance of the library
Centennial Statue in front of Powell. Orange leaves on ground with bare trees
Student walking in front of main library entrance holding Chickfila bag.
Top of Keen Johnson peaking through red leaves on tree
Wet leaves covering the ground and tables behind Keen Johnson
Student walking along side of the library towards  sides entrance. Orange leaves
 An orange leaf on the side walk in focus. Blurred out is the Turley House.

Published on November 13, 2020

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