The week in photos: Oct. 30-Nov. 5

| Author: Aaron Mills | Media Contact: Aaron Mills

Some of the top photos from Central Michigan University events and activities during the week of Oct. 30-Nov. 5 as captured by University Communications.

Students sit at a table taking part in the 2023 Poverty Simulator.
Students participate in the Human Development and Family Studies Poverty Simulation workshop, which simulates living as a family member experiencing poverty, or as a service provider struggling with too few resources to assist families in poverty.
A dozen faculty, staff, students and President Davies pose for a photo inside Warriner Hall.
This year's "Haunt Against Hunger" event at Warriner Hall saw CMU employees donate over 350 non-perishable food and personal care items as well as $280 in grocery store gift cards and cash to the CMU Student Food Pantry.
On an extremely snowy night, the CMU and Northern Illinois offensive and defensive lines prepare to run a play on the Kelly/Shorts turf.
Trick or Sleet: CMU edged Northern Illinois 37-31 in a snowy Halloween evening game at Kelly/Shorts Stadium.
Two cheerleaders wearing CMU team jackets laugh and smile during a snow storm at the CMU football game.
Despite the weather, there was plenty to smile about as the CMU Chippewas improved to 5-4 on the season.
A CMU marching band trumpet player smiles and stands at attention as snow falls past the bright stadium lights.
The snowy Halloween game marked the second to last chance for fans to see the CMU marching band perform this season. After playing road games on Nov. 7 and Nov. 15, the CMU football team closes the regular season at home against Toledo on Nov. 24.