Carnival goers ride the Ferris wheel at the annual ThurtenE Carnival. The carnival also features facades, constructed by pairs of Greek organizations, and was held in front of Brookings this weekend.
Sorority Alpha Episilon Phi and fraternity Theta Xi collaborated to build a arcade-themed full facade. The structure was one of three built by Wash. U. Greek life organizations for the carnival.
Carnival goers ride the carousel at ThurtenE. Members from the surrounding community flocked to the annual carnival this weekend for food, games and rides.
Dragon-shaped shells await ThurtenE Carnival attendees. The annual event promised three days of food, rides, games and fun.
A carnival worker oversees the Crazy Bus ride at the ThurtenE Carnival this past weekend. The annual event drew families from all over St. Louis.
A carnival goer stands outside sorority Kappa Kappa Gamma and fraternity Kappa Sigma’s facade at this weekend’s ThurtenE Carnival. The proceeds from this year’s carnival went to charity Ready Readers.
Sorority Delta Gamma and fraternity Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s Egypt-themed facade at this year’s ThurtenE Carnival. In a change from previous years, many sororities and fraternities did not create full facades this year.
Students prepare for a performance at the ThurtenE Carnival at the East End of campus last weekend. With the planned East End expansion, the carnival will likely be moved to another location in coming years.
A Ferris wheel sits outside Brookings Hall prior to ThurtenE Carnival. The event is run annually by the ThurtenE Honorary, which consists of Wash. U. juniors.