An expressive weekend

Hesston College students and prospective students scramble to pick up a clue sheet for the Homecoming Weekend scavenger hunt. The scavenger hunt sent the students to places around campus that will soon receive updates as part of a capital campaign, and also allowed them to learn about less familiar spots on campus.

Hesston College students, faculty and staff perform during the original radio show “The Fragrant and Velvety Air,” written by performing arts faculty members Bradley Kauffman and Laura Kraybill. A highlight of the weekend, the show was a parody on the college’s 103-year history complete with humor, live music, reader’s theatre pieces, off-beat commercials and audience participation. Pictured from left are men’s resident director Mitch Stutzman, sophomore Cory Bowman (Millersburg, Ind.), third-year nursing student Kaedi LeFevre (Hesston, Kan.), Kraybill, freshman Tien Tran (Hochiminh City, Vietnam), President Howard Keim, freshman JD Hershberger (Hesston, Kan.) and librarian Margaret Wiebe.