pumpkinwhiteCarve your pumpkins with the Coug spirit this Halloween. Select the small or large stencil template below (for a small or large pumpkin), print, and trace on the pumpkin.

The large template prints on two letter-size pages, which you can cut and then put together when tracing.

Final step: Display your Coug-o-lantern with pride and send us photos of your WSU pumpkins.

Small pumpkin template
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Large pumpkin template
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Coug-o-lantern – 2014

Jon Seitz '01 from Yakima made this great Coug-o-Lantern for Halloween this year.
Jon Seitz ’01 from Yakima made this great Coug-o-Lantern for Halloween this year.

Coug-o-lanterns – 2012

From Jason Childers, October 2012
From Jason Childers: I’ve tried for years. This is the first time I’m happy with my effort. Go Cougs!
From Cynthia Chamberlin-Reece '05, October 2012
From Cynthia Chamberlin-Reece ’05: Here is my first attempt at dremel pumpkin carving with the small pumpkin template. I think it looks great! I was born and raised in Pullman, WA and I graduated from WSU in 2005. I always was and always will be a Coug. Go Cougs!!! Happy Halloween. Cynthia Chamberlin-Reece WSU 2005
From Jim Merriman, October 2012
From Jim Merriman, whose son graduates in December and daughter is a junior.

Coug-o-lanterns – 2011

Coug-o-lantern carved by Janette Mallery (Rodgers) '03, '05
Coug-o-lantern carved by Janette Mallery (Rodgers) ’03, ’05
Coug-o-lantern carved by Elena Mest '11
Coug-o-lantern carved by Elena Mest ’11
Coug-o-lantern, Fall 2011. Carved by Larry Clark '94
Coug-o-lantern, Fall 2011. Carved by Larry Clark ’94