Contest Winners Get Halloween Treat
Posted October 31, 2017
CVM scavenger hunt winners second-year veterinary students Maria
Granello, Annalis Cigarroa, Taylor Adams.
Screams of laughter filled the Veterinary & Biomedical
Education Complex as swarms of three-person teams rushed through
the complex's halls and over to the Veterinary Medical Teaching
Hospitals as Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine &
Biomedical Sciences (CVM) students, faculty, and staff competed for
prizes during the annual Halloween Meet-N-Treat Scavenger Hunt.
Winners of this year's contest included second-year veterinary
students Maria Granello, Annalis Cigarroa, Taylor Adams; second
place went to graduate student Nicole Mehta, cardiovascular
pathology resident Molly Friedemann, and research assistant Nick
Edenhoffer; and third place went to second-year veterinary students
Sarah Slack, Bailey Todd, and Amelia Gonzalez.
All nine winners received travel mugs from the CVM
As teams captured photos of themselves in front of CVM offices
and landmarks—including the Biomedical Sciences Office, the new
Veterinary Emergency Team medical unit donated by the Banfield
Foundation, the Professional Programs Office, and the Legacy Bull
Statue, among others—they were able to replenish their energy with
For more pictures from the CVM's "spook-takular" Halloween,
visit the college's Flickr page.
Congrats to the winners!
|Second-place winners Nicole Mehta, Molly Friedemann,
and Nick Edenhoffer.
|Third-place winners Sarah Slack, Bailey Todd, and
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