Booth is one of the biggest showpieces of Spring Carnival. Student organizations build multi-story structures around our chosen theme, Planet Earth. These booths include interactive games and elaborate decorations. The booths are located on Midway, at the College of Fine Arts parking lot. Admission is free to see booths!

Midway booth highlights upon opening to the public!

There are four competitive categories for booth: Sorority, Fraternity, Independent, and Blitz (smaller) booths. Alpha Phi Omega also builds non-competing concession stand, with proceeds going to charity. Below are this year’s participating organizations and their chosen games:


Sorority

Kappa Alpha Theta: Madagascar
Alpha Phi: Winnie the Pooth / 100 Acre Woods
Kappa Kappa Gamma: Lion King
Alpha Chi Omega: California Beach
Delta Delta Delta: Pompeii
Delta Gamma: Great Barrier Reef

Pictured right: Kappa Alpha Theta’s Thumbelina, winning second place in 2013.

Kappa Alpha Theta booth 2013

Sigma Phi Epsilon booth 2014

Fraternity

Alpha Epsilon Pi: The World Wide Web
Phi Delta Theta: Paradise Falls
Sigma Phi Epsilon: Coco
Delta Tau Delta: Spirited Away

Pictured left: Sigma Phi Epsilon’s Lord of the Rings, winning first place in 2014.


Independent

KGB: Grass
Fringe: Lilo & Stitch / Hawaii
Student Dormitory Council: Atmosphere
Alpha Phi Omega: The Jungle Book
Chinese Students Association: Bamboo
Taiwan Student Association: Animal Crossing
Asian Students Association: The Lorax

Pictured right: Asian Student Association’s Looney Tunes, winning first place in 2012.

ASA Looney Tunes booth 2014

MCS Batman booth 2014

Blitz

American Society of Civil Engineers: Wall-E
Astronomy Club: Roswell, New Mexico
Kappa Sigma: Italy
Math Club: Seasons

Pictured left: Mellon College of Science’s Batman, winning second place in 2014.


All organizations move onto Midway the Friday night before Carnival weekend, and keep building until opening for the public Thursday afternoon! Midway is a frenzy of activity for several days. Students go from putting up walls to constructing staircase railings to painting paper mache decorations! The finished products are really a sight to see.