Pumpkins from Organic Matter Ranch in Eureka. File photo by Lauren Shea

Word on street: Students Halloween Plans

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By | Lauren Shea

Halloween time is here and most students will be celebrating this weekend since it lands on a Tuesday this year. Some students will be taking a break from their classes to enjoy the holiday while others will be studying.

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Dylan Wicker, Anthropology Major, Sophomore Photo credit: Lauren Shea

Dylan Wicker, Anthropology Major, Sophomore

“I’m probably going to have a few friends over and hand out candy to trick-or-treaters and going to watch some movies.”

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Stephen Alvarez, Biology Major, Junior Photo credit: Lauren Shea

Stephen Alvarez, Biology Major, Junior

“I might just tag along with friends and hanging out with them.”

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Sami McDonald, English Major, Freshman Photo credit: Lauren Shea

Sami McDonald, English Major, Freshman

“Actually I’m going home for Halloween in San Diego. We’ll probably watch ‘It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown’ and I’m gonna try to convince my dad to watch The ‘Nightmare Before Christmas’ and hand out candy.”

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Angelina Resendez, Social Work Major, Senior Photo credit: Lauren Shea

Angelina Resendez, Social Work Major, Senior

“I’m probably going to catch up on my sleep and watch some scary movies with friends.”

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Maya Matute, Sociology Major, Sophomore Photo credit: Lauren Shea

Maya Matute, Sociology Major, Sophomore

“This weekend, I’m going to dress up and also take part in the Haunted JGC Queers and Allies.”

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Robo Oku, Environmental Resource Engineer Major, Senior Photo credit: Lauren Shea

Robo Oku, Environmental Resource Engineer Major, Senior

“I’m going to take part in Baile de Otoño at Los Bagels on Saturday.”

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Jessie Keller, History Major, Junior Photo credit: Lauren Shea

Jessie Keller, History Major, Junior

“I’m going to a friends Halloween birthday party. I’m dressing up as doodle bob. I’m also going to a couple sorority get togethers. One of them is a movie night and we’re going to watch ‘Hocus Pocus’.”

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Percival Ferrugia, Theater Major, Junior Photo credit: Lauren Shea

Percival Ferrugia, Theater Major, Junior

“I’m going to a theater Halloween party with other theater majors.”

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Marie Torres, Criminology Major, Freshman Photo credit: Lauren Shea

Marie Torres, Criminology Major, Freshman

“I’m dressing up as Barrel from ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’. I’m going to go trick or treating with my roommate and her niece.”

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Tati Taylor-Willis, Vocal Performance Major, Freshman Photo credit: Lauren Shea

Tati Taylor-Willis, Vocal Performance Major, Freshman

“I’m not sure what I’m going as yet, but I’m going to have a friend help me with my costume.”

 

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