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The fun doesn’t stop after Welcome Weekend.

Once Welcome Weekend wraps up, there are lots of opportunities to have fun and make friends this fall. The Center for Campus Life, in coordination with student-run organizations and clubs, hosts a number of fun on- and off-campus activities. Please note that some events require the purchase of tickets and are subject to change.

Be sure to save the date for these exciting events this fall:

September 6: Cardinal Day: Cardinal Days are held once a month, and each day has a unique and fun theme. From fun giveaways to arts and crafts and delicious cuisine, this on-campus event is held during activities period, which means you’re always free to stop by and see what the excitement is about.

September 7: Colleges of the Fenway Block and After Party: Ready to meet students from the other four universities in the Colleges of the Fenway? Join the Colleges of the Fenway for their annual Block Party for fun games, giveaways, and vendors.

September 13: Campus Life Fair: Interested in joining campus organizations and clubs? The Campus Life Fair is the perfect place to learn all about student-led organizations on campus, meet the executive boards, and learn the next steps to becoming a member. There will be plenty of giveaways, snacks, and more at this fun, action-packed event.

September 15: Pharmacy Carnival: Join the professional pharmacy student organizations for a special event in Copley Square.

September 29: Lawn on D: Join your fellow MCPHS students for an evening of celebration and fun at this beautiful outdoor pavilion in South Boston. Music, food, and more will be available at this super trendy spot – which will be reserved solely for MCPHS students on this evening in Saturday. This isn’t an event you’re going to want to miss!

October 26 and 27: Haunted Halls: Is it beginning to feel a bit spooky on campus? Join the Center for Campus Life and the Campus Activities Board for Haunted Halls, a special immersive haunted house, held right on campus.

November 10: Harvest Ball: One of the premier events of the year, join your fellow students for this semi-formal dance. It’s guaranteed to be a night of fun and frivolity!

December 10: Late Night Breakfast: It is one of our favorite MCPHS traditions! At this late-night breakfast, staff, and faculty serve students all of their favorite breakfast specialties, including waffles and pancakes, to give them the boost they need during finals study week.

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