MSSU students show off their creativity

Mssu Freshman Carve And Decorate Pumpkins At The First Year Experience Program.

JOPLIN, Mo. – Some Missouri Southern State University students get into the fall spirit, by carving and decorating pumpkins.

The First Year Experience program hosted the event, along with the Advising, Counseling, and Testing Department.

Student Bailey Tyler told KOAM it’s a great way to show off creativity. “A lot of us can be art majors or any kind of major. We all have a little bit of creativity in us. And, if we can’t, we can always Google an image and it’s easy to paint it on if you’re not super artistic!”

The event took place on the campus oval.