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Kansas State architecture students (from right) Brandon Eversgerd and Eric Dernbach work on constructing fellow student Devin Brown’s sukkah design on Oct. 6, 2014 at Washington University. Brown’s design, made of hay bales, was one of 10 finalists in Sukkah City STL, held by St. Louis Hillel and Wash U. The teams constructed their sukkot on the quadrangle just west of the university’s Olin Library.

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Kansas State architecture students (from right) Brandon Eversgerd and Eric Dernbach work on constructing fellow student Devin Brown’s sukkah design on Oct. 6, 2014 at Washington University. Brown’s design, made of hay bales, was one of 10 finalists in Sukkah City STL, held by St. Louis Hillel and Wash U. The teams constructed their sukkot on the quadrangle just west of the university’s Olin Library.