By Tabitha Barr / Editor in Chief
Since October has arrived, everyone will soon be thriving in fall sweaters with spoopy decorations in hand.
Autumn seems to be the beginning season for people’s holiday moods. It brings cooler temperatures, colorful surroundings and the start of decorating season.
Around the same time fall begins, college students are pushing through hard courses and their daily lives. So when it comes to enjoying the fall season, they reach out to places that are the epitome of fall – pumpkin patches, corn mazes, spook walks and more is the perfect place for students to unwind and take in that fall feeling.
There are multiple farms and patches that are in the surrounding areas around Hutchinson. Each one has many activities that students, friends, and families can enjoy. When people think of corn maze in the surrounding area, their first thought is the Kanas Maze in Buhler. But with their new experimental sunflower festival this year, they aren’t having a corn maze.
But many other places boast fun and entertainment.