THE FALL PHOTO RECAP

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GREAT START: Each academic year is kicked off with a variety of events and one of the more popular events is when hypnotist Tom Deluca takes to Lovett Auditorium. Deluca provides a few hours of comedic entertainment as students fall under hypnosis.Jenny Rohl/The News GREAT START: Each academic year is kicked off with a variety of events and one of the more popular events is when hypnotist Tom Deluca takes to Lovett Auditorium. Deluca provides a few hours of comedic entertainment as students fall under hypnosis.

Here are a few of our favorite moments and photos from the fall semester.

Jenny Rohl/The News SCORING BIG: There’s no denying the success of Murray State’s soccer team this season. While the Racers lost in the NCAA Tournament to Ole Miss in November, Murray State finished the season 16-5, the best record in program history. Additionally, the team maintained the longest win streak record with 11 wins.

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SCORING BIG: There’s no denying the success of Murray State’s soccer team this season. While the Racers lost in the NCAA Tournament to Ole Miss in November, Murray State finished the season 16-5, the best record in program history. Additionally, the team maintained the longest win streak record with 11 wins.

Jenny Rohl/The News GREAT START: Each academic year is kicked off with a variety of events and one of the more popular events is when hypnotist Tom Deluca takes to Lovett Auditorium. Deluca provides a few hours of comedic entertainment as students fall under hypnosis.

Jenny Rohl/The News
GREAT START: Each academic year is kicked off with a variety of events and one of the more popular events is when hypnotist Tom Deluca takes to Lovett Auditorium. Deluca provides a few hours of comedic entertainment as students fall under hypnosis.

Chalice Keith/The News TODRICK HALL: Choreographer. Dancer. Singer. Actor. Internet sensation. Todrick Hall is a man of many talents, and he showed them off to a crowd in September at the CFSB Center. Hall dazzled the crowd as he stopped by during his tour, but he left attendees with some uplifting words of self-love, too.

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TODRICK HALL: Choreographer. Dancer. Singer. Actor. Internet sensation. Todrick Hall is a man of many talents, and he showed them off to a crowd in September at the CFSB Center. Hall dazzled the crowd as he stopped by during his tour, but he left attendees with some uplifting words of self-love, too.

Zachary Maley/The News FLASH MOB: When dozens of students occupy one of the most popular walkways on campus in synchronized dance moves, it makes people pause, take many photos and enjoy the surprise show from the Indian Student Association.

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FLASH MOB: When dozens of students occupy one of the most popular walkways on campus in synchronized dance moves, it makes people pause, take many photos and enjoy the surprise show from the Indian Student Association.

Zachary Maley/The News 20 YEARS: Two decades after taking back to back titles, the 1995 and 1996 Racer football team returned over Homecoming weekend to reunite with Murray State and fellow teammates. The team walked in the Student Government Association’s Homecoming Parade Saturday morning and was also honored on the field of Roy Stewart Stadium during the football game.

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20 YEARS: Two decades after taking back to back titles, the 1995 and 1996 Racer football team returned over Homecoming weekend to reunite with Murray State and fellow teammates. The team walked in the Student Government Association’s Homecoming Parade Saturday morning and was also honored on the field of Roy Stewart Stadium during the football game.

Emily Harris/The News ROCKY HORROR: With each Halloween comes haunted houses, tricks and treats and, of course, the annual Rocky Horror Picture Show. The Sock and Buskin Theatre Department hosts the show every year and Nick Newsam, senior theater major, took to the stage as the infamous Dr. Frank-N-Furtor.

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ROCKY HORROR: With each Halloween comes haunted houses, tricks and treats and, of course, the annual Rocky Horror Picture Show. The Sock and Buskin Theatre Department hosts the show every year and Nick Newsam, senior theater major, took to the stage as the infamous Dr. Frank-N-Furtor.