On November 19, students and faculty at 81st Street came together for Harvest Festival, a longstanding Calhoun tradition. An infectious enthusiasm permeated the entire building as community members celebrated one another and harnessed that positive energy to give back through a multitude of service projects.
This year's theme was “Calhoun Spirit in Action,” and the day was characterized by students extending their school spirit outside the walls of Calhoun. “Cougar pride means a sense of community,” says Emily Stone '20, “and a community that wants to do more for the world beyond.” At this year's Harvest Festival, Calhouners proved that they are committed to doing just that.
For more images from Harvest Festival and other school events, visit our private media gallery on PhotoShelter.