Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Origami Night at Oakland Hall


Resident Assistants of Oakland Hall at the University of Maryland set up for an origami event in the lobby of Oakland Hall on Tuesday, March 11. 


 Mitali Bellamkonda, a senior linguistics major, picks out the paper she would like to use for origami. 

Bellamkonda looks over the instructions provided to create an origami flower.  

Resident Assistants of Oakland, Julia Connell and Austin Hankinson working on their origami flowers.


The residents and Resident Assistants of Oakland Hall watch a youtube video to help them create their origami flowers.  

 Taylor Gross, the fifth floor Resident Assistant in Oakland Hall, follows the instructions of a youtube video to help her create an origami flower.


 Katie Popecki, the eighth floor Resident Assistant in Oakland Hall, folds the shamrock origami paper she picked out for her origami flower. 
Bellamkonda uses the back of her glue stick to perfect the creases of her origami flower. 

Connell admires the final product of her origami flower.