Open Houses on central campus, 1988

 

Open houses have been a focal point of VEISHEA since its beginnings, providing an arena for student organizations and academic departments to display their activities and accomplishments.  The exhibits include demonstrations on many topics related to science and agriculture, all kinds of entertainment, and refreshments.  Many student groups sell items during VEISHEA in order to fund their other activities.  The dairy science students sell ice cream made on campus and the Department of Apparel, Educational Studies, and Hospitality Management sells cherry pies to fund scholarships.  

 

 

Library Open House, 1928

 

 

   

Engineering Open House

 

Ice cream stand, 1929

 

Ceramic engineering students making souvenirs for VEISHEA, circa 1950s

 

Ceramic tile produced by the Ceramic Engineering Department as a souvenir for the VEISHEA Open House, circa 1930s

 

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