Show us your Coug‑o‑lanterns

Four jack-o-lanterns, each with a different face.

It’s that time again.

Celebrate the Halloween season by getting creative and carving pumpkins that show your Cougar pride. Washington State Magazine makes it easy to get started with its popular October pumpkin-carving WSU stencil.

Send photos of your Coug‑o‑lanterns, along with your name(s) and photo captions, to pullman.social@wsu.edu for display in a special online album being created for the WSU Pullman Facebook page. Other WSU designs are welcome, too.

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