Students had a blast at this year’s Woflieland, an evening of colorful carnival fun with food, games and, of course, rides.
There was a classic Ferris Wheel, as well as the intimidating “Gravitron,” which brought out lines of enthusiastic Seawolves, clamoring to let off some steam following the start of classes.
Face painters, games set up by campus clubs, and food trucks dotted the carnival grounds, adding to the spirit of this September tradition at Stony Brook University.
“This year has been a great success,” said Christopher Smith, USG representative from the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences. “But we hope to take all our feedback, good or bad, and make next year’s Wolfieland even better.”