Gallery: FAU physics departments hosts 11th annual pumpkin drop, physics carnival

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Brian Ramirez | Contributing Photographer
(left) FAU physics professor Dr. Luc T. Wille dressed in a Ironman Costume and (right) FAU assistant physics professor Dr. Korey Sorge dressed as the pumpkin master, accompany their physics students in observing that two pumpkins of different masses indeed fall at the same rate during the 11th Annual Pumpkin Drop & Physics Carnival that was held Tuesday morning.


Brian Ramirez | Contributing Photographer
FAU mascot Owlsley attends the 11th Annual Pumpkin Drop & Physics Carnival Tuesday morning to greet students who attended the event to watch the pumpkins get dropped from the Physical Science Building.


Brian Ramirez | Contributing Photographer
Students from FAU, Central Charter School, and Alexander D. Henderson University School attended the 11th Annual Pumpkin Drop & Physics Carnival at the Physical Science Building at FAU on Tuesday morning.


Brian Ramirez | Contributing Photographer
FAU President Dr. John Kelly prepares to drop the first pumpkin during the 11th Annual Pumpkin Drop & Physics Carnival.


Brian Ramirez | Contributing Photographer
FAU President Dr. John Kelly drops the first pumpkin off the Physical Science Building.


Brian Ramirez | Contributing Photographer
Students from Central Charter School and Alexander D. Henderson University scream and cheer as the pumpkins are thrown off from the Physical Science Building.


Brian Ramirez | Contributing Photographer
Pumpkin pieces scattered all over the blue tarp after they hit the floor during the 11th Annual Pumpkin Drop & Physics Carnival on Tuesday morning.