Exeter’s best pumpkins this Halloween
These are spooktacular
We're not ready to let go of spooky season just yet.
Forget dressing up or trick-or-treating, we all know the best part of Halloween is pumpkin carving.
Not only is it a great way to procrastinate essays and revision, it's also a seriously underrated skill. Which is why we've decided to showcase some of your best work and give you the recognition you deserve.
Check out Exeter's best pumpkins!
James and Harry, Fourth Year and Fifth Year, Business and Law
Bonus points for the addition of carrots as horns. Very original
Libby, Second Year, Geography
Because there's nothing scarier than our current political climate
Georgie, Zoe and Lissy, Second Year, Sociology and Criminology, Geography and Business
These really raise the star
Anna and Sophie, Third Year, Psychology and English
That Mona Lisa could give Leonardo da Vinci a run for his money!
Kiyani, Laura, Talka, Ayra, Izzy and Emma, Second Year, Economics, Spanish and Chinese, Law, Management and Marketing, Physics, and Sports Science
The varying levels of teeth give these pumpkins a lot of character
Charlotte, Third Year, Biology
The perfect accessory for any outfit
E-J, Jack, Evie and Anna, Third Year, English, Biology, and Medicine
From amateur to expert, these pumpkins cover all levels of skill.
Emma, Second Year, English
You really can't go wrong with a classic Jack Skellington
Abi, First Year, French and German