October 2018 in photos: Halloween, homecoming and school spiritCampus & Community By David Drucker October 31, 2018 at 2:37pm Homecoming week and the beginning of the holiday season brought color and spirit to campus. Here are just a few of our favorite moments from October, as captured by FIU photographers Margi Rentis, Eduardo Merille and Carl-Frederick Francois. A student and loyal fan of “The Office” kicked off October by donning a pumpkin covering on her head. Photo by Margi Rentis. Students performed their best skills in the name of school spirit at “Panthers Got Talent.” Photo by Margi Rentis. Panther pride isn’t just for students. The children of our faculty and staff are proud to rock gold and blue, too. Photo by Eduardo Merille. Nobody was more excited about the football team’s undefeated record in October than the FIU Marching Band. Photo by Margi Rentis. Singer-songwriter Miguel headlined this year’s Panthermonium, a concert that rings in homecoming week. Photo by Carl-Frederick Francois. The university community enjoyed a zipline, carnival games and food at FIU’s new homecoming tradition: the Uncaging. Photo by Carl-Frederick Francois. A fireworks show illuminated the sky above the Green Library to cap off the Uncaging. Photo by Carl-Frederick Francois. If Halloween is on a Wednesday, then there are bound to be costumes in the office. Photo by Margi Rentis.