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What’s your favorite fall activity?

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Gia Mongell
Making fresh homemade apple pie, because it’s something I used to do with my 90-year-old yiayia [grandmother]. 
Gia Mongell, Fourth-Year Dancer

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Midori Samson
Taking a weekend trip out of the city to see the amazing fall colors of New England!
Midori Samson, Fourth-Year Bassoonist

Kyle Miller
My favorite autumnal thing is the corn maze (maize!). There’s nothing more refreshing than losing oneself in a maze on a crisp fall day. Corn as far as the eye can see! Which, while you’re in the maze, is about two feet in front of you. Is there a maze in N.Y.C.? Someone needs to do some research. 
Kyle Miller, Second-Year Historical Performance Violist

Jessica Courtney
My favorite part about fall is Thanksgiving dinner. If I could, I would eat such food every day.
Jessica Courtney, Second-Year Vocalist 

Luke Celenza
Taking a drive with the windows down and music playing. It’s about the crisp air and those colorful trees, so take it in!
Luke Celenza, Fourth-Year Jazz Pianist

Anson Zwingelberg
It would be a tie between dressing up for Halloween and spending time with my family for Thanksgiving. 
Anson Zwingelberg, First-Year Dancer

Adam Ewer
My favorite fall activity is going on the hayride at an apple pick—I love the smell of leaves and hay and apples. Throw in a pumpkin, and it’s the very essence of autumn.
Adam Ewer, Second-Year Actor

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