A few days before Halloween, the courtyard was filled with more pumpkins than the set of Cinderella. Which set the stage — ta da! — for the Third Annual Great Penn Law Pumpkin Carving Contest. Some 50 students participated, carving everything from the traditional "Jacko-Lantern" to, shall we say, more whimsical variations, such as depictions of administrators. Think Gary Clinton. In lower right the grim reaper haunts this pumpkin, which has the requisite great backlighting. In the upper left, Natasha Fedder sports her own Cheshire grin while resting atop her creation.