This year, students preserved the Halloween spirit through their costumes, many of which were homemade, transforming themselves into movie characters, fairies, and even a Christmas tree. (Emily Tan)
This year, students preserved the Halloween spirit through their costumes, many of which were homemade, transforming themselves into movie characters, fairies, and even a Christmas tree.

Emily Tan

Spooky sightings

Students adjust Halloween traditions while preserving spirit of dress-up

November 2, 2020

Each year on Halloween, trick-or-treaters laugh as they dash up driveways to front doors, sounding doorbells and sing-songing out, “Trick or treat!” before scrambling for the most coveted pieces of candy, shoving them into their bags, and making a break for their next destination, their quick footsteps slowly fading into the night. On-campus, a wild parade of clowns, TV show characters, and more fill the school with spirit. Even this year, students preserved the Halloween spirit through their costumes, many of which were homemade, transforming themselves into movie characters, fairies, and even a Christmas tree. 

 

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