Photostory: Apple Picking with CAS Student Government

Last Saturday, the College of Arts and Sciences Student Government took 100 BU students apple picking at Belkin Family Lookout Farm in Natick, Mass. This is the third year that CAS Student Government has done its popular apple picking trip. Students paid $7 which covered transportation, admission, and a small bag of apples (and admission alone would have cost $14!). Students spent a sunny afternoon picking their own fruit, enjoying trolley and hay rides, and petting farm animals. All BU students should take a day out of their busy schedule to get out of the city and enjoy this quintessential New England fall activity!

About Kara Korab

Kara Korab (CAS '14) is a photographer and sometimes writer that hails from Silver Spring, Maryland but if you ask her she will probably just tell you DC because let's be honest you're not really sure where Maryland is. On a typical evening you can find Kara at some live music venue blowing up instagram and getting 'way too into it.' Kara is studying International Relations and History and studied abroad in both Paris and DC and probably talks way to much about it.

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