UCSD 33rd Annual Pumpkin Drop

Dow Jones (the pumpkin) weighed 650 lbs. and was dropped at 12:30 from the 11th floor of a dorm. Following the drop, an assortment of candy was thrown and student rushed to get the sweets.

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